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His highly anticipated double LP has been pushed back to the last day of this month and in the process, he has left the streets hungry. No, scratch that, they're starving.
Consequently, select members of online and print media were invited to midtown New York's Sony Studios yesterday afternoon (November 10) for an exclusive sneak preview of Nas' Street's Disciple album, to find out if the album lives up to its hype.
Although Nas himself was not present, as soon as the bass hit, everyone in the room knew that the fans wouldn't be disappointed. On this double album, Nas has something for everyone. As usual Nas takes it back to the streets with some hood narration, but like he did on God's Son he's introspective, delivers soul and of course, he's saying something.
'Nazareth Savage,' produced by Salaam Remi, has Nas rhyming gritty reality-driven lyrics over a hard beat. 'Don't get it confused/None of ya'll can fit in my shoes,' Nas rhymes with serious intent on the track. Think back to the God's Son album because this cut is like 'The Cross Part II.'
On the Busta Rhymes-assisted 'Suicide Bounce,' two Nas rides the hard infectious beat with ease. And get this, Nas produced it. He gave himself the one of the hottest beats on the album. The cut is like a prelude to death, in which the combination of Nas and Busta shine on.
Nas absolutely kills his verses while Busta is in his energized essence on the hook yelling, 'Suicide Bounce, C'mon!' The track was very well received by those in attendance and in due time will be blasting out of people's rides.
Aside from the cuts for the streets, Nas shines on deeper tracks as well. On 'These Are Our Heroes,' produced by Buck Wild, Nas questions why there are no more good people for young urban youth to look up to as role models. In his first verse he attacks Kobe Bryant for failing to live up to role model status. He also pokes fun at Bryant for falling for the trap and being a traitor to Shaquille O' Neal. 'Who would have known Mr. Goodie Two-Shoes?' Nas says about the Lakers star. At the end of the track Nas thanks role models like Tiger Woods and Cuba Gooding Jr.