Esco helped bring Openair Frauenfeld Festival to an end and brought out L Boogie for their classic duet “If I Ruled The World”. More footage from their performances after the jump.
Nasir helped conclude the Radio 1 music festival in London last night and gave a live performance of his No ID-produced track. Life is certainly good.
During his interview with Tim Westwood, Nas spoke on Nicki’s absence from Summer Jam, his daughter, Life Is Good cover, Azealia Banks, his Amy Winehouse collabo, fallout with Kelis and more.
Life isn’t always good. And Esco‘s recent ups and downs are flashed across the screen before unveiling the cover art for his next album, Life Is Good. We’ll see how good it is July 17th.
UPDATE: Tracklist via RapGenius
1. No Introduction (Produced by Justice League)
2. Loco-Motive feat. Large Professor (Produced by No I.D.)
3. A Queens Story (Produced by Salaam Remi)
4. Accident Murderers feat. Rick Ross (Produced by No I.D.)
5. Daughters (Produced by No I.D.)
6. Reach Out feat. Mary J. Blige (Produced by Salaam Remi, Rodney Jerkins, DJ Hot Day & Nas)
7. World’s An Addiction feat. Anthony Hamilton (Produced by Salaam Remi)
8. Summer On Smash feat. Miguel & Swizz Beatz (Produced by Swizz Beatz)
9. You Wouldn’t Understand feat. Victoria Monet (Produced by Buckwild)
10. Back When (Produced by No I.D.)
11. The Don (Produced by Salaam Remi, Heavy D & Da Internz)
12. Stay (Produced by No I.D.)
13. Cherry Wine feat. Amy Winehouse (Produced by Salaam Remi)
14. Bye Baby (Produced by Salaam Remi & 40)
15. Nasty (Produced by Salaam Remi)
16. The Black Bond (Produced by Salaam Remi)
17. Roses (Produced by Al Shux)
18. Where’s The Love feat. Cocaine 80s (Produced by No I.D.)
19. Trust (Produced by Boi 1da)
20. The Don (Don Dada Remix) (Produced by Salaam Remi & Heavy D)
As the date nears to Nas’ new album, here’s his latest track featuring labelmate, Rick Ross. Nasir murdered this one. Rozay’s bars were sharp, but too bad he stayed off topic. Life Is Good, July 17th.
Nas held his listening session for Life Is Good last night in NYC. From those in attendance, the word is that the album sounds promising. Find out for yourself when it drops July 17th.
Nas was up early this morning with Soledad O’Brien on CNN’s Starting Point. He spoke on his motivation behind the record and using the “dreaded” N-Word. Nigga please. Life Is Good on July 17th.