Nas Drops Long Awaited “Nasir” – Album Listening Review

With Nas dropping his new album “Nasir” his fans quickly calls it a  classic. “Nasir” is his 11th studio album. Kayne West Exeucutive produced the album, as he does the same with G.O.O.D Music releases. He gave the world a live stream of his listening party in Queens. The energy was filled with postive vibes, people awaiting these blasting tracks from Nas.

Nas becomes more personal with his life and journey as a  Black King, Artist, Father, Loved One, and more. Every track is much appreicated. Nas talks about major issues in the black society. How things are against everthing we should stand for as being black. Giving his fans wisdom to the truths in our wicked world.

Nas album is actually 26 minutes, which concludes the seven tracked masterpiece “Nasir”. There was even features from The Dream which suites perfect in opinion.

The album cover is a photo of five young black boys lined up against a wall in South Dallas where drugs and violence was at an all time high.

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Lil Mama Struts in “Shoe Game”

Baby when we tell you that Lil Mama slayed this “Shoe Game” video. The whole time of the video Lil mama gave us nothing but attitude and amazing scenes. The video had vibrant colors, very flamboyant and easy on the eyes. This project is definitely on to something.

Lil Mama looking so glamorous in her video! Eyes could not be taken off her. She definitely came with much Personality and class!

Tommie King Gives Us “Last 24” Now On Nyte Lyfe Music

Tommie King has his latest track, “Last 24” that has a new and hip sound that we all may need to hear. Check out his music and tell us what you think.

 

 

OMB BLOODBATH “All I Know” – Watch Now

We know the saying “A lot of these ladies harder than you niggas”. That’s a fact when it comes to Houston’s Female Artist OMB Bloodbath. Production of the track is by TNTXD. With her latest visual “All I Know” directed by Sedrick Savoy (SSFilmz), she came out with much swag with the street demeanor you can’t fabricate.

The video has all the street vibes for anyone to relate to. Its creative and scenic approach was given throughout the video. As Bloodbath hypes up, she give you a trap mixture of what the real ghetto is like. We met the young lady During SXSW in Austin and she has a humble ora. She chants “Deep In the Streets” with the “Everybody Eats” bandana around her head. What a way to display support and motivation with your team.

Everyone claim to be real and never a fake, well why are there so many accused of the fraudulent acts in this game? OMB Bloodbath got it on lock and describes a real and consistent come-up in her music. Check out the video now!

New Track From Travis Scott, Kanye West, & Lil Uzi Vert -Listen Now

“Look at your Rollie, look at my Rollie…” and watch the remarkable collaboration between empowered Hip Hop culture visionary Travi$ Scott with the Philly-based MC Lil Uzi Vert and his Hip Hop Godfather Mr. West.

The “Watсh” follows up straight after the “Butterfly Effect” and brings even more suspense to the Houston-native’s highly-anticipated next LP  – “Astroworld”.

The opening line reveals the background story of the future album, which is named after the legendary Houston theme park closed in 2005. “The last ride ever, that I’m ever gonna take at Astroworld” opens the song about new values and change of perspective.

Each MCs drops a verse over the sick trap-styled beat. The most striking lines are coming from the Yeezy, when he speaks about his opioid addiction that was discussed in the latest TMZ interview.

Kylie Jenner the girlfriend of Travis Scott finishes the song with a lovely but also provoсative line. She praised their new-born baby Stormy: “We got bust down Rollies, bust down Rollies, And I told him I wanted to have a bust down baby” – another change of perspective for Travis.

Check out the brand-new tune and give it some favor if you like it!

Written By Roman Selezinka*

Throwback Thursday: Nas Dropped “Illmatic” – April 19th 1994

Today in 1994, Nas dropped his studio album “Illmatic” with Columbia Records. 24 years ago today, the album consists of 10 tracks. As an East Coast rapper back in the day, Nas was the truth beyond many artists. He began recording at the age of 17 years old! Illmatic sold about 60,000 copies its first week. Despite low sales, critics were wowed by his talents and work.

Nas and Prodigy of Mobb Deep