Tuesday, 02 October 2012 13:48
Last we saw Nas, he left-off recalling the emotional break-up and messy divorce in Bye Baby. The Queens rapper now debuts the visual for another standout off his critically-acclaimed Life Is Good LP in Cherry Wine. The video, featuring the late Amy Winehouse, finds Nas playing the dapper bartender as he tries to find the perfect mate, who appears in the form of our sexy model friend Brittany Dailey. As Nas attends to customers, images of the late beautiful songstress in Amy Winehouse is projected on walls throughout the Jay Martin-directed clip. Enjoy.
Sunday, 16 September 2012 12:23
Coming in this Saturday is the video teaser for Nas's Life Is Good-standout "Cherry Wine" which features the incomparable vocal talents of the late and great Amy Winehouse. Judging from the 40-seconds clip, one can expect something rather classy for this one. Directed by Jay Martin. Enjoy.
Friday, 31 August 2012 12:14
Saying goodbye is always hard to do. For Nas, the Queens MC closes a chapter in his life in Bye Baby, the reflective stand out cut off his Life Is Good LP. Nas brings his album cover to life as he documents his life with ex-wife Kelis as he reminisces over video of their wedding day. From meeting with lawyers to close his divorce, and cleaning out Kelis’ closet before finding her infamous green wedding dress, Nas says his final goodbye in the Aristotle-directed visual, with a cameo from Aaron Hall. If you remember, the song samples Hall’s voice from GUY’s “Goodbye Love.” Enjoy.
Monday, 20 August 2012 19:53
Nas relives the day he found out his then ex-wife Kelis abruptly left and eventually filed for divorce in the video for Bye Baby, the latest release off his Life Is Good LP. Before the full video premieres, Nasir releases the short trailer, directed by Aristotle. You can catch the infamous green wedding dress towards the end. Enjoy.
Sunday, 12 August 2012 13:43
If you haven't saw the making of “Hip Hop” from our friends 3 Little Digs, we now get the full track from DJ Khaled, featuring star-studded appearances by Nas, Scarface and DJ Premier. As the title suggests, the cut revolves around the ever-evolving notion of hip-hop, and these emcees’ love-hate relationships with the very genre that made them famous. Production help from the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League rounds out this strong collaboration – a cohesive-sounding track on a tumultuous, conflicted subject. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 11:25
As expected, Nas' new album Life Is Good will debut at number one on the Billboard charts tomorrow, with an estimated 139,000 plus albums sold. This is higher than the original projection from last week, which said sales would be somewhere between 115,000 and 125,000 units. This will be Nas' sixth number one album, out of ten solo albums. Congrats, Nas!
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 15:16
On the United Kingdom leg of Nas' recent tour, SoulCulture TV took a road trip up to Manchester to speak to the legendary emcee about his latest album, Life Is Good; out today worldwide through Def Jam Records. He also shared his thoughts on commercial distractions in the rap game, Damian Marley’s influence on his live shows and more. Enjoy.
Monday, 02 July 2012 20:40
Nas takes us on a train ride with one of the first people who help start his career. Nasir calls on the legendary Large Professor for “Loco-Motive,” the gritty new song off Life Is Good due July 17th. Listen up folks, as this is classic boom-bap rap produced by No I.D. Enjoy.
Saturday, 23 June 2012 15:21
After dropping the Rick Ross-featured "Accident Murderers" yesterday, you might think that Nas would take it easy today, right? Wrong. He just took to his Twitter account to share the tracklisting for his highly anticipated new album, Life Is Good, which drops July 17th. Check it out after the jump. [See More]
Monday, 11 June 2012 17:26
Behind-the-scenes footage of the construction of an anamatronic version of Jay-Z, which Nas was planning to lynch onstage during a live show, has surfaced online. At the height of the New York icons' turn-of-the-millennium beef, Nas commissioned special effects expert Michael Burnett to build a robot Hova that would be strung up and hung during the rapper's Summer Jam concert set in 2002. Nasty Nas infamously ended up boycotting the show after Hot 97 management prevented him from playing out the scene on stage, but it was never revealed how detailed plans for the mock lynching were.The new video shows Burnett making an ultra-realistic silicon Jay-Z face mask for the robot skeleton - which was programmed to twitch while being hung. Enjoy.