Common’s ghetto dreams become a reality now that he’s shooting a video for his new single with Nas. Directed by Brian “B.Kyle” Atkins.
Producer Symbolic One and Nas dap up during a recent visit at No I.D.’s pad. S1 kept things on the hush, but states Nasir’s next set is amazing and a beat he’s crafted for Esco may possibly be a go. thanks: marek kamarýt
[vodpod id=Video.12496864&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Shot in Olso, Norway and mastered at Engine Room Audio, LRG finally hands over the visual aid for Shallah and Esco’s collabo. Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang in stores now.
[vodpod id=Video.12452947&w=540&h=350&fv=] In Part 2 of Raekwon and Nas’ series, the duo speak on gettin’ fresh to death and then perform their verses from Mobb Deep’s track “Eye For An Eye”. Part 1
[vodpod id=Video.12369970&w=540&h=350&fv=] Before the release of Rae and Nasir’s video this week, LRG brings a two part series of the pair backstage during their performance and shoot in Olso, Norway. In the first part, Esco recalls his first encounter with Shallah. Shaolin Vs Wu-Tang in stores now.
Lonnie and Nasir trade verses in this snippet believed to be on Common’s upcoming album, The Dreamer, The Believer. Full version drops June 23. fsd UPDATE: Nasir leaks it. Produced by No I.D. Happy 4th of July weekend, y’all.
While discussing Mellow Hype and Earl Sweatshirt with Pitchfork, Odd Future’s Hodgy Beats elaborates more on the upcoming Nas-featured track. #swag Pitchfork: What’s the status of the Nas collaboration? HB: The song is almost finished. We’re just waiting on a verse. It will be Frank Ocean, Tyler, Hodgy Beats, and Nas. I’m just stoked to be on a song with him. I know I’ll meet him eventually. When I was younger, I met his father on an airplane. That was tight.