King ESco. . .
Last summer, Nas delivered one of 2020’s best rap albums, in the form of his King’s Disease project with Hit-Boy. The effort gained acclaim from fans and critics, touting it as one of the top releases of any genre last year. This week, the Queensbridge rapper had a rare conversation with Rick Rubin to share a mini autobiographical tale.
From his early days in Queens and his ultimate decision being inspired to become a musician, he broke down a rare story on how he’s able to still create content many years after gaining success. Watch more from the conversation below, where he also discusses his infamous rap beef with Jay-Z and more.