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Discussion in 'Music' started by show time 96, Apr 23, 2018.
Is the entire song out or just that snippet?
I'll hope for a different beat to drop or a straight up beat change
And y’all were complaining about “Nasir”
Hard being a Nas stan sometimes. This is horrid.
Can't wait to hear a mastered "You Mean the World to Me" tho.
Not mad at him experimenting with a different sound. Still excited for the new project.
Jarreau of rap is cool in my book...not something I would listen to again though
It's bad because I didn't think it was that bad
I've heard Nas over worse beats....and his flow was cool considering the beat
Nas is so creative that sometimes he’s too creative if that makes sense.
Joint sounded like it belonged in Hamilton.
Jarreau of Rap track is kinda fire to me *shrugs*
nas and pac track in 95 woulda been FIRE
Thugz Masion is fyaaaaaaaaa
didnt like it
We heard Pac and NaS on the same beat before, both songs were fire. Wish we could have heard them on some cool **** in 95 or 96.
Life Is Good is a classic
yeah but i mean vibing off each other
on the same track
You mean like this?
Given how much music Pac made I do find it frustrating before all the bull **** started the few joints he did with Big and Nas.
This is maybe the hardest song on that album but I'ma actually go w/ Where's The Love even tho I don't tend to like Nas having R&B singers on his stuff. Great closer if you do the deluxe edition.
it may be???
have to rewind back 3-4 times everytime
that and "where i been"
Song wasn't all that bad once the beat finally settled. But honestly it sounded like the Blueface of beats.
where I been/you wouldn't understand is cool but I just don't always rock w/ the Nas songs with singing on them. I remembered the sample from The Lox but Nas did it much better. Some ppl might say it's an old dusty take but I like Nas the best on the jazzy stuff; The World is Yours is probably my favorite Nas song and pretty much his best IMO.
Nah nas in his zone on the jazzy stuff
This. Both versions.
I am looking through the production credits and:
No ID- Check
No Premo??? Do they have beef or something?
I don't get it, man.
I remember nas saying he was going to drop an album entirely produced by him