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About The Lost Tapes. Following his successful comeback in 2001 with the release of Stillmatic, Nas released The Lost Tapes in 2002, a compilation of previously unreleased material created during the recording sessions for his 1999 albums I A. nd Nastradamus, as well as Stillmatic. The album debuted at on the Billboard 200 chart and was met with critical acclaim for the lyrical content and production handled by the Trackmasters, . The Alchemist, and a young Kanye West co-producing with D-Dot. The Lost Tapes Q&A.
And The Lost Tapes does, on the surface, seem like a possible candidate for that revival. Ostentatiously released for the real headz, this collection features tracks only previously released on mixtapes or over the Internet. Hopefully, this means none of the jiggy, commercial-friendly nonsense that's really dragged down his records the past few years. The album's first track, "Doo Rags", finds Nas doing what he does best: reminiscing about his youth in the ghetto over a jazzy, piano-based loop
Album · 2019 · 1 Song. Nas gets ready to open the vault-again-with help from Al Jarreau. The Lost Tapes 2 Nas. Hip-Hop/Rap. Expected 21 Jul 2019.
Back in 2002 a year after his comeback album "Stillmatic" Nas's compilation album The Lost Tapes is a very nostalgic project from Nas that could have been on those two album. I absolutely loved all the songs, the beats are dope, and the production is great. If you want more Nas's music, than your gonna love The Lost Tapes. I highly recommend i. Expand.
This could be the album that DJ premier produced but idk but anyways yeah I’m pretty sure This is the new album he’s about to drop. Reply to: DGod 720. whether it's officially his own album or not, it's still his project.
In 2002, Nas famously released The Lost Tapes. The album reportedly pulled from records not used during the sessions for I A. Nastradamus, and Stillmatic. Boasting production from Alchemist, Kanye West, and Illmatic alum . the Ill Will/Columbia Records release with the catchy artwork snuck into the Top 10, despite limited promotion. Ghostface Killah has worked with Nas over the years. The former Def Jam Records label-mate of Nasir is taking a page from his friend’s book. On October 5, the Wu-Tang Clan MC music is being released as The Lost Tapes.
The follow-up was expected soon after, but the project was repeatedly delayed, thanks in part to Nas’ move to Def Jam in 2006 and then disagreements over the compilation with his new label. So far this year, Nas has appeared on a handful of new songs, including Salaam Remi’s Find My Love and Mary J. Blige’s Thriving. The Lost Tapes 2 Track List. 1. No Bad Energy (Prod. by Swizz Beatz) 2. Vernon Family (Prod. by Pharrell Williams) 3. Jarreau of Rap (Skatt Attack) (feat. Al Jarreau, Keyon Harrold (Prod. by Eddie Cole) 4. Lost Freestyle (Prod. by Statik Selektah) 5. Tanasia (Prod. by RZA) 6. Royalty (feat. by Hit-Boy) 7. Who Are You (feat. by Eric Hudson) 8. Adult Film (feat.