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Old 11-09-2012, 03:19 PM   #1501 (permalink)
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Nas hasn't been preachy like that since, what, 2008?
And how many big singles has he had for the younger audience to get into him since his lecturing days?
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Old 11-09-2012, 03:20 PM   #1502 (permalink)
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It's only a matter of time, even though Nas is my GOAT, he begs for relevancy. He was in a fucking Nicki Minaj music video as her love interest
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lol I forgot that album even came out, damn Nas has worked with everyone. What famous rapper hasn't he worked with that didn't get killed besides Eminem?
Eminem produced "The Cross" off the God's Son album, so they have worked together even if they haven't rapped on the same song.

LL Cool J is a famous rapper who never worked with Nas. Outkast too.
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I thought Nas was on Tha Carter IV Outro with 3000, I just checked and he wasn't. Damn, and I just saw Nas never worked with Kweli either.
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Nas and 3 Stacks were on the remix of You by Lloyd together.

Couldn't find their version by itself on YouTube, but this is the closest I could find. Some guy put together his own remix with theirs but skip to around 1:42 and that's the real version with Nas & 3K, I know this because I have it in my iTunes.

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Meaningless in terms of mainstream impact. How many big singles has the guy had? That's where the industry is now.


Nas to younger fans is like that old man constantly trying to lecture you. It just doesn't connect.
Big singles? You can't drop a album on a major label without a big single man..and who cares if he's not connecting with kids because kids especially those that love hip-hop aren't buying albums, they're illegally downloading them...Fact remains he's dropped 3 straight #1 albums, which is something a lot of artists that have connected with the younger audience or have tried to and still can't do..For example, Game, Lil Wayne & Lupe have never had 3 straight albums debut at #1..All of their albums for the most part have still done well, but never had 3 straight debut at #1
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Big singles? You can't drop a album on a major label without a big single man..and who cares if he's not connecting with kids because kids especially those that love hip-hop aren't buying albums, they're illegally downloading them...Fact remains he's dropped 3 straight #1 albums, which is something a lot of artists that have connected with the younger audience or have tried to and still can't do..For example, Game, Lil Wayne & Lupe have never had 3 straight albums debut at #1..All of their albums for the most part have still done well, but never had 3 straight debut at #1
That's all well and good but has nothing to do with the original conversation which was Nas being called wack by younger rap fans. 0% of your post had anything to do with that. All you saw was "Nas" and someone stating something you viewed as negative and you decided to jump in with the white knight.
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And how many big singles has he had for the younger audience to get into him since his lecturing days?
His last big single was before his lecturing days.
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That's all well and good but has nothing to do with the original conversation which was Nas being called wack by younger rap fans. 0% of your post had anything to do with that. All you saw was "Nas" and someone stating something you viewed as negative and you decided to jump in with the white knight.
No..The original convo was about Nas & mainstream listeners and for some reason you just classified mainstream listeners as young kids ONLY...So there's no reason to paint me as a white knight when all I did was state facts while you tried to spin who and what a mainstream listener is
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No..The original convo was about Nas & mainstream listeners and for some reason you just classified mainstream listeners as young kids ONLY...So there's no reason to paint me as a white knight when all I did was state facts while you tried to spin who and what a mainstream listener is
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