Boosie Badazz has raised some eyebrows with recent comments he made stating that he feels Nas and Jay-Z are no longer relevant in music to the younger generation.

Nas and 21 Savage appeared to be charging into a head-to-head beef but that was silenced after the pair dropped the "One Mic, One Gun" track.

Jim Jones and Juelz Santana were guests on the 'No Jumper' podcast and defended 21 Savage's comments about Nas' relevance.

21 Savage sparked criticism and outrage after he said that Nas isn't relevant in today's modern music scene.

Nas is on yet another iconic run. He plans to close out his current album trilogy with his first ever concert at Madison Square Garden. 

Hit-Boy and Nas are looking to extend their winning run. The duo has unveiled the artwork for "King's Disease 3."

MC Serch owned 100 percent of Nas' first two albums, "Illmatic" and "It Was Written" under his Serchlite Publishing domain.

Method Man, one of the standout members of the Wu-Tang Clan, explains why he isn't on the crew's NY State Of Mind Tour.

Nas and the Wu-Tang Clan have announced that they're going on tour together as headliners. The NY State of Mind tour, sponsored by LiveNation, will hit 25 cities across North America and begin in St. Louis, Missouri at the end of August with the tour's final date being the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California on October 4th.

Nas' latest album, Magic, dropped late last year, but that doesn't mean he's stopped promoting the project. The Queensbridge rapper and mogul just release the visual for "Wave Gods" and it features A$AP Rocky, DJ Premier and Hit-Boy.

Legendary producer Pete Rock is reportedly considering a lawsuit against Nas over allegedly unpaid royalties from the rapper's classic debut album, Illmatic.


As many tuned in to the surprise album release by Nas which was entirely produced by Hit-Boy, the producer went on social media and let the public know a third King’s Disease album was already being worked on.