Nas Talks Making Peace With Mobb Deep’s Prodigy
In a recent interview with MTV News, NYC rapper Nas talked about putting his differences aside with Prodigy of Mobb Deep.
In the interview, Nas told Sway of MTV about his conversation with Prodigy, saying, “He called me as soon as he got out of jail; he got in touch with me. We talked about some things. I didn’t know he had a book. He didn’t tell me that. I guess he just wanted to clear the air on some past things that don’t mean anything today.”
Prodigy was released from prison in March after serving three years.
Prodigy’s book, “My Infamous Life,” has been controversial throughout hip-hop, talks about the relationship between the two Queens rappers.
Since making amends Nas and Prodigy have worked together on the Mobb Deep record entitled “Dog Shyte,” which was released online in April.
“I just jumped on the record; put that to the past or whatever ill feelings he had towards me,” Nas said. “I think he was misinformed about things, like I was a negative guy or like I was trying to harm him in any kind of way. I think maybe he just grew up a little bit.”
Nas is currently in the studio working on a new album, but could not say when anymore songs with Prodigy would be in the works.
“At the moment, I just got back into the studio, and my focus right now has been just starting to work on the album, so who knows?” Nas said.
Watch Nas’ MTV interview here: