[tweet https://twitter.com/dreamhampton/status/235150707039293440] It was written—by somone else? Well, according to author dream hampton, Nas used ghostwriters on his Untitled album. Nigel D found this clip from Esco’ visit to Big Boy’s neighborhood where he denied using assistance.
One of the most anticipated songs off of DJ Khaled’s Kiss The Ring is “Hip-Hop” featuring Nas, Scarface, and DJ Premier. With Dazed One behind the lens, Khaled shows how the magic happened. Afterward, he films the reactions from ‘Face, Shaheem Reid, and Jadakiss. Album drops August 21st.
Big Boy welcomed Nas to his hood this morning. Esco spoke on his album, Kelis, his longevity and recited his very first rap that he wrote at age 8. Damn, most can’t even remember ones they wrote last month.
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Nas kept it politically correct this evening with Michael Eric Dyson on The Ed Show. Nas spoke on Obama’s presidency, contributing to Occupy Wall Street, longevity and Life Is Good.
While speaking on his record “Daughters” on Philly’s Power 99, Nas touches on parenthood and how he would approach the record if it was his son.
Early reports are out and according to HDD, Nas’ 10th solo album, Life Is Good will debut tomorrow at the top of the charts with an estimated 139K copies sold in its first week sales. If the amount holds up, this will be Esco’s fifth number one album. Final tally tomorrow. UPDATE: Final Total: 148, 716.
Continuing his late night escapades, Nasir returned to Jimmy’s outdoor stage last night and performed “The Don”. Afterwards, he came back for a recital of “Nasty”. Life Is Good available now.