Nas and Hit-Boy show incredible music chemistry ‘Kings Disease’.
For more than 25 years, Nas has been on the cutting edge of Hip Hop and most craftsmen can’t state the equivalent. From making great material, for example, his debut collection Illmatic to It Was Written to Stillmatic and various others, his effect has without a doubt inspired future generations ages of rappers to date. In full review, the vast majority would have the Queens rapper on their Hip Hop Mount Rushmore, and which is all well and good, it bodes well (remembering his discography).
Today, Nas presents to the world with his twelfth studio collection King’s Disease and it’s most likely another to add to the books.
King’s Disease fills in as the legend’s first album in quite a while since the arrival of his 2018 LP Nasir (Executive produced by as a matter of fact Kanye West). With this delivery, Nas made a point to unite with one of the most remarkable producers in the game, Hit Boy. The rapper clarified in a short video clip that he had been attempting to get this going with Hit Boy for a considerable length of time, expressing that they at long last got the planning and arrangement on point.
Pressed with 12 records (and one exclusive record), Nas approaches some entirely strong guest music features from heavy hitters in music from Big Sean, the unbelievable Charlie Wilson, Don Toliver, Lil Durk, Anderson .Paak, The Firm, Fivio Foreign, A$AP Ferg and Brucie B.
As of late, Nas has worked up some controversy with the collection’s lead single “Ultra Black” where he dissed Doja Cat. “We goin ultra black, unapologetically black, the opposite of Doja Cat,” raps the Queens legend. Even though all of Doja Cat’s fans didn’t warmly embrace the remark, the California vocalist musician was not very pressed about everything, uploading a joke video on TikTok.
King’s Disease is discernible verification that Nas and Hit-Boy have undeniable chemistry together in the studio and ideally, they will have more for us later on.
Stream the LP beneath.
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