CD 1 01. Most Murderous Music 02. Regeneration Remix feat. Nas 03. Swagger Like Ap 04. Love Locked Freestyle 05. Jockin’ A.P. 06. Times Up Freestyle 07. Zombies feat. Blacastan 08. Water To Wine feat. King Syze & Chris Webby 09. Really Real People 10. You Must Be My Karma feat. Blacastan 11. Santogold Freestyle 12. And Now feat. Vinnie Paz & King Syze 13. Back On The Scene Freestyle 14. My Life feat. Optimus Prime of The Autobotz 15. Protek Yo Nutz feat. Milez Grimez 16. O’Doyle Rules feat. Diabolic, Paradime, Joe Scudda, Rob Kelly, Ryu & Mac Lethal 17. We’re Gonna Kill You

CD 2 01. If You Forgot My Name feat. Royce Da 5’9 02. Liquid Swords Tribute Pt. 1 03. Monster feat. Chris Webby 04. Speak The Truth 05. Tell Me feat. Motive & Celph Titled 06. Deeper Cover Freestyle 07. Messin With Ya Mind Freestyle 08. If I Died Today feat. B-Real & Young De 09. Word To The 23rd Freestyle 10. Dancin’ On Ya Grave Remix feat. Xzibit, Paul Wall, Ryu, Murs & Scoop Deville 11. Conquer, Kill Shit feat. Savage Souls 12. Wretches Remix 13. Stop Look & Listen Freestyle 14. Wonderful X-Mas Time 15. I’m Goin To Hell 16. You Look Like You Come From The 80′s 17. Be A Better Man feat. Bishop Lamont & Blue Raspberry



01. Ice – T – Freestyle (Live Acapella) 02. N.W.A – Straight Outta Compton 03. Run DMC – Sucker M.C.’s (Krush-Groove 1) 04. Eric B. & Rakim – Follow The Leader 05. KRS One – Freestyle (Live Acapella) 06. Big Daddy Kane – Raw 07. Nas – The World Is Yours 08. Gang Starr – Full Clip 09. Immortal Technique – New Jack Hustler (Live Acapella) 10. Wu-Tang Clan – As High As Wu-Tang Get 11. Das EFX – Real Hip-Hop 12. Melle Mel – Freestyle (Live Acapella) 13. Schoolly D – P.S.K. What Does It Mean? 14. Ultramagnetic MC’s – Ego Trippin’ 15. Ras Kass – Bentleys & Bitches (Live Acapella) 16. Mantronix – King Of The Beats 17. Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock – It Takes Two 18. Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Don’t Stop… Planet Rock 19. Lord Jamar – The Kid Magic (Live Acapella) 20. Q-Tip – Vivrant Thing (Club Mix) 21. MC Lyte – Cold Rock A Party 22. Public Enemy – Harder Than You Think…Just Like That 23. Grandmaster Caz – The Art of Rap (Live Acapella)




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Nas – Life Is Good

July 12, 2012

01. No Introduction (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League) 02. Loco-Motive [feat. Large Professor] (Produced by No I.D.) 03. A Queens Story (Produced by Salaam Remi) 04. Accident Murderers [feat. Rick Ross] (Produced by No I.D.) 05. Daughters (Produced by No I.D.) 06. Reach Out [feat. Mary J. Blige] (Produced by Salaam Remi, Rodney Jerkins, DJ Hot Day & Nas) 07. World’s An Addiction [feat. Anthony Hamilton] (Produced by Salaam Remi) 08. Summer On Smash [feat. Miguel & Swizz Beatz] (Produced by Swizz Beatz) 09. You Wouldn’t Understand [feat. Victoria Monet] (Produced by Buckwild) 10. Back When (Produced by No I.D.) 11. The Don (Produced by Salaam Remi, Heavy D & Da Internz) 12. Stay (Produced by No I.D.) 13. Cherry Wine [feat. Amy Winehouse] (Produced by Salaam Remi) 14. Bye Baby (Produced by Salaam Remi & 40) 15. Nasty (Produced by Salaam Remi) 16. The Black Bond (Produced by Salaam Remi) 17. Roses (Produced by Al Shux) 18. Where’s The Love [feat. Cocaine 80’s] (Produced by No I.D.)


Nas reveals the cover art for his new single “The Don.”

Nas has revealed the cover art for his new single “The Don,” premiering tonight on Funkmaster Flex’s show on Hot 97.

The single, assumed to be off his upcoming untitled album, comes in the wake of his previous street single “Nasty.” It is currently unclear when the LP will release.

Production duo Da Internz recently spoke on the album, likening it to It Was Written in terms of style and lyricism.

“This Nas album is not the Nas that is just like, This is cool. This is cute,” said Tuo. “This is the Nas like really, ‘I’m trying to tear the skin off your face.’ He’s not playing around. Nas is taking you back to the lyrics and concepts like It Was Written.”


The trio of emcees are reportedly joining forces for a project.

Back in 2007, Q-Tip and Common announced that they were forming the super group The Standard, though a full-length project is yet to come to light.

According to NYDN, Nas is reportedly set to join the group, though official plans are yet to be made for the group’s album. When asked if he plans to record with Q-Tip and Common, Nas responded, “Definitely,” fueling speculation that the duo could become a trio.

Q-Tip is also at work on his third official solo album, the follow up to 2008’s The Renaissance, while Nas is recording his next LP Life is Good.


Com Sense says his album with Nasir Jones will happen and explains its origins.

Common tapped Nas for his latest single “Ghetto Dreams,”but as previously reported, the duo has much more in store. Speaking with Hard Knock TV Com Sense reiterated that their collaborative LP is still in the works and that it originated as a mixtape titled Nas (Dot) Com.

“At some point, we will do that. We’d talked about it and we had a good idea to call it Nas (Dot) Com. That was actually going to be a mixtape at one point,” he revealed. “But we decided that we should make it an album. And we will. Nas is working on his album right now and my album is coming, November 22nd.”

He also spoke on his current standing with G.O.O.D. Music, explaining that although his upcoming album The Dreamer The Believerwon’t release on the label, he’s still part of the family.

“I’m still G.O.O.D Music affiliated, for sure. I’ll always be,” he said. “Me and ‘Ye, that’s my brother. I’m still part of the whole G.O.O.D. Music family. It’s not coming out through the G.O.O.D. Music label, but I’m still always associated. I’m still part of G.O.O.D. Music.”

Watch the full interview below, where he also speaks on working with No I.D., a potential Soulquarians album and more.






The Queens native explains that he wants to work with Scarface for his upcoming LP.

This past May, Nas said that the time had passed for Lost Tapes II, the sequel to his 2002 compilation of unreleased material.

But during a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the Queens, New York rapper said that he hasn’t entirely ruled out the potential release of the anticipated LP, and that it could be included as an “extra album.” “It’s still up in the air if I’m going to put out Lost Tapes II as an extra album,” he says. “Hopefully we can find a timeline but the first thing is Life Is Good.”

Though he remained mum on which collaborators would appear on his upcoming LP Life is Good, Nas did reveal that he’s recorded with Salaam Remi, Jay Electronica and AZ, and hopes to duet with Scarface. “There’s a certain sound in hip-hop that I love so some of the album may give you a Nineties feel,” he said.

More details on the previously announced collaboration between Frank Ocean and Nas have surfaced on the web. As Pitchfork points out, Hodgy Beats stated that he, Tyler, the Creator and Mr. Ocean are currently working on a song with the Queensbridge rapper.

The song is almost finished; we’re just waiting on a verse… I’m just stoked to be on a song with [Nas].”

In related news, Tyler has added another prominent name to his steadily increasing catalogue as he has recorded a song with Pusha-T, titled “Trouble on My Mind”. The official clip to the tune, directed by Jason Goldwatch, has already been completed. The song will appear on Pusha’s forthcoming solo EP. Stay tuned!

Esco reveals he’s inspired by Odd Future, Frank Ocean and Drake for his forthcoming LP.

Nas may not be putting out Lost Tapes 2, but promises to deliver with his forthcoming solo album. The Queens, New York rapper spoke with about progress to the follow-up to 2008’s Untitled, claiming that he’s in a new state of mind and is inspired by new cats in the game.

“The last record I did was, I was in a different place than I am now,” he said. “Now, I’m happy to express that different place and I’m just happy about music. I’m watching everyone do their thing, young guys, women, artists just doing they thing.”

Naming Odd Future, Lil Wayne, Drake and more as current influences, Nasty Nas said that his tenth solo LP doesn’t yet have a concept. “My new album that I’m working on is free flowing,” he said. “At this point, there’s not one concept that sums up the whole record. I’m just flowing. It’s really too early to tell who I’ll be collaborating with.”

He also acknowledged that Untitled wasn’t an entirely solid record, and that he’s learned from his mistakes. “I don’t want to look back on this record – because I can look back on my last record and I know that record, some songs didn’t belong there. I really overthought it. I don’t want it to be like that on this record,” he continued. “I want to be able to play this next record after it’s done and feel like I did it. I have to do something that’s new. It’s just in me. I have to do something that feels like it’s right right now, and it could last.”