Album Stream: Nas | Nasir [Audio]


By Jack Barnes

The wait is over! Nas is back with a new project entitled “Nasir” produced by Kanye West. This album contains seven tracks with features from Tony Williams, The Dream, Puff Daddy. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

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Album Stream: Nas | Nasir [Audio]


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Fri Jun 15 , 2018
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The LGBT Community Is Generationally Fractured. This Organization Thinks It Can Fix That. (HBO)