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.


Nyte Lyfe Music’s Exclusive Update : Kanye West “Ye”

Kayne dropped “Ye” June 1,2018 and had the world come into an agreeance. With his messages about having free speech and choices to having everyone questioning his “slavery was a choice” uproar. After this 7-tracked album, he attempts to answer some questions his fans may have. With appearances by Charlie Murphy, Kid Cudi, Valee, and more this album was something different yet refreshing.

Kanye had his Listening Party in Wyoming with several guests, check it out!

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*

Kanye West Drops Interview with Charlemagne -NLM EXCLUSIVE

It’s was very refreshing to see Kanye West have such an insightful interview with Charlemagne after his controversial rants on Twitter. People were in rage of him wearing the MAGA hat and the impression of a support for Trump. He indirectly corrected his reasons and his breakdowns he had in the past. One thing we loved from the interview was Kanye stating “Stop doing things based on Fear”. Something most deal with today.

Kanye states that the breakthrough has him in a stronger place. It caused manipulation and created a validation he felt he didn’t need. Kanye seems to has risen from the hurt and pain he dealt with through media as well as with his mother’s death.

Kanye speaks on the robbery of his wife Kim Kardashian in Paris. Not being able to protect her as he wish was painful to him. He stated how it may have been set up, knowing that West would be on tour during his wife’s arrival to Paris. They caught them slipping you can say.

“They Lebron’d Me”

Charlemagne asks West about seeing a therapist. Kanye responded by saying he used the world as his therapist. With all he had to deal with as an icon, black man, lost of mother, self love, being a father and husband, he dealt with a lot. He explained why he didn’t say too much.

“Didn’t have a lot to say, but had a lot to learn”

He lost confidence coming through his breakthrough. He went into discussions about the word Humility. One thing that we noticed about his interview was that he was speaking the truth. And wasn’t afraid to say it.

“Basketball and Rap is someone’s else industry. You are the player”

He referenced this towards Virgil who was once Kanye’s Strategist. Virgil now over Men’s wear at Louis Vuitton. There has been some differences between his fellow friend. He speaks openly about it all.

He speaks on his differences with Jay-Z. Jay States in the “444” album how He gave Kanye 20 million:

Ye/You gave him 20 million without blinkin’/He gave you 20 minutes on stage, fuck was he thinkin’?”

Kanye defends by saying Jay got the money from the Roc Nation Touring Deal. He didn’t like how Jay made it seemed like it came straight out of his own pocket. Kanye is a Loyal yet emotional individual and felt some type of way. He has no hate but love towards Jay. Stating Family and of course Jay became a Co-Sign. He says branding = insecurities. How someone has to wear a luxury brand to consider themselves at a higher state. That was a dope comparison to today’s society. Being distracted and manipulated stepping into the music industry was a breakthrough for Kanye.


Overall, after seeing everyone ridicule one of our greatest artists of all time, shows how your people can turn their backs on you. Kanye takes it as people just stating their opinions which is true. We shouldn’t worry about what people think of us. This interview was an eye opener. With teaching us that information is everything. Kanye goes into how he didn’t want to be managed and artists should not overall. They should have CEOs! Also stating the 360 deal is the Harriet Tubman $20 dollar bill; “Ole Slave Shit”! Gathering 300 acres of land and building a community is his great ideas of today. He defends himself by saying “Trump = Anything is Possible”. Which is true. We have to think outside the box. This interview was a breakthrough for the culture. Watch it now.

Kayne West Dropped “College Dropout” 14 Years Ago – NLM Exclusive

Chicago Rapper and Super Producer Kanye West debuted his album “College Dropout” which dropped February 10, 2004. He was a Roc A Fella Artist as well as with Def Jam. He gave us singles “Through The Wire” September 2003 and “Slow Jamz” December 2003 before the official drop. We received the song “All Falls Down” featuring Syleena Johnson which still is a great song of our time. All songs were charted on the Billboard Hot 100 then becoming number 1. This album features vocals from Jay-Z, Mos Def, Ludacris, Twista, and Jamie Foxx.

The College Dropout was number 2 on the Billboards its second week. Kanye West created a successful campaign run with this album. It soon granted him a Grammy for Best Rap Album. He sold well over 3 million copies with worldwide sales of over 8 million.

With “Never Let Me Down” featuring Jay-Z who spits about his success and power in the rap industry. J. Ivy is also featured giving positive spoken words. Kanye West speaks on his family and dealing with things in life such as poverty and racism.

“The New Workout Plan” was a fun-filled song that displays the act of exercise and fitness. “Through The Wire” was a highlight of the album, with samples of Chaka Khan. He gives the world his experience in being in a car accident that wired his mouth shut.

This album became one of his best albums he has ever recorded. This rap album became an all time favorite. He used choirs and sensual melodies throughout his production. With him discussing his humble journey from making beats in the bedroom to now becoming one of the best to ever do it. Reminisce below by listening to the “College Dropout”.