Hear the new tracks.
"We do not like to go into speculation and rumors, but it seems as though you do not want to release Lost Tapes 2 because you don't want it to count as an official album ... "
"With all do [sic] respect to you all, Nas is NOBODY’s slave. This is not the 1800’s, respect me and I will respect you."
"My rap palate has greatly improved."
Nas updates the classic Slick Rick track for a new Levi's campaign.
Their album should be terrific.
Another enjoyably chilled-out reggae-rap mash-up.
Nas adds some spice to a track off Scott-Heron's recent album.
Plus: Two new writers come aboard 'Baywatch.'
Here's to another decade more!
That’s the word out of his divorce hearings.
We might just be reading too much into this.
'In those days, if you just had a horn, and hung around the music scene, you could get on a record and become famous!'
Plus: What's on Zac Efron's iPod these days, anyway?
Plus: Snoop does late night.
Our second-annual list of the best in black-market rap, all free for download!
You can be forgiven for thinking that it's stubborn Nas, if anyone, who can most convincingly claim "I Do It for Hip Hop."
Plus: Scott Weiland does Bowie!
In lieu of the debate, we caught up with our politics at the Smirnoff Experience New York party, with sets from N.E.R.D. and Nas.
Plus: New TV on the Radio!
Biz Markie, Nas, Raekwon, Ghostface, Method Man, the ghost of ODB, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest…
Plus: Nas on poppin' bottles, and Seth Rogen on the Green Hornet's ketamine habit.
Plus: Shamefully, 'Meet Dave' director Brian Robbins has never seen 'Small Wonder.'
Plus: At long last, new music from Huey Lewis and the News.