Nas and DJ Premier are back! Take a listen to “Beat Breaks.”
Nas and DJ Premier are both legends that have put in legendary work. They are back in the studio, but what are they cooking?
LL Cool J, Ashanti, Irv Gotti, and more make appearances.
Jay-Z was out at an NYC club with Damon Dash the day Nas dropped “Ether,” and tried to have the song shut down, but the DJ refused.
King James also chooses between ‘Juice’ and ‘Boyz n the Hood.’
“It was beyond my wildest dreams!”
Nas is set to narrate the eight-part docuseries.
Hip-Hop heavyweights Nas & Wu-Tang Clan are linking up for a new tour to bring a taste of New York to their fans across North America.
Nas is scheduled to perform at the 2022 Grammy Awards in Las Vegas after receiving nominations for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Album.
Nas & A$AP Rocky explore the different paths their lives could have taken on a nostalgia-driven journey through New York City.
The one-day LA event featured top music stars of several genres.
R.I.P to the photographer and father.
Snoop Dogg didn’t appreciate Nas getting sued by photographer Al Pereira over posting an old photo featuring 2Pac on Instagram.
AZ is back and he promises he is not leaving us again. He discusses his newfound creative inspiration and his business moves on the way.
Nas and investors led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz raised $20 million for Carry1st, an African mobile games publisher.
T.I. says that when it comes to making records: “ain’t nobody f###### with me,” and called out some of the best rappers in the game.
Legendary DJ/Producer Pete Rock wants his money he says he is owed from mogul rapper Nas and says he will sue if necessary.
Nas has partnered with blockchain platform Royal to sell a portion of the royalty rights of two songs, “Ultra Black” and “Rare,” as NFTs.
The year in albums was amazing and the diversity was amazing. From Little Simz to Lloyd Banks and Nas to Nardo – it was all there in 2021.
Nas had an incredible year that should be recognized in the pantheons of Hip-Hop history.