In the video for “30,” Nas celebrates his legendary career

by | Mar 10, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert | 0 comments

King’s Disease III was Nas and Hit-Boy’s fourth album together, released in November, 2022. Today (Mar. 1), fans can watch a new visual from that project entitled “30,” which is an homage to Nas’ long and successful career. In addition, the song suggests another rapper-producer album, which their fans have eagerly anticipated since the pair’s first collaboration in 2010.

Nas performs in the video for “30“, a black-and-white clip produced by Sarah McColgan, as various aspects of his rhymes come to life in an almost surreal manner. As you look at the video, it almost reminds you of one created to accompany Big Sean’s classic song, “Blessings.”

It was in 2020 that Nas and Hit-Boy first met, and together, they released King’s Disease, an album that peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart and featured contributions from many artists such as Fivio Foreign, Don Toliver, Big Sean, Anderson .Paak, Lil Durk, and more. A year after King’s Disease 2, which was critically acclaimed, they returned with the critically acclaimed sequel, complete with contributions from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, YG, Eminem, Lauryn Hill, and Blxst.

Nas’ latest album, “Suburbanly Proud”, landed at No. 3 on the aforementioned chart, making it the artist’s highest-charting release in over a decade. The nine-song Magic album was released just before the year came to an end, and everyone was surprised by it. In collaboration with the bicoastal duo with whom they published the aforementioned series previously, a new chapter of the series has already been planned.

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