Now with his 13th studio album King's Disease available to the masses, Hip-Hop Twitter is largely praising the Queensbridge legend's return to form.

The Queens Hip-Hop legend released a new track, "Ultra Black," which takes a shot at Doja Cat's rumored but largely unproven anti-Blackness.

Nas has properly kicked off the campaign for his new album, titled King's Disease. Today (August 14), the Queens rapper dropped a new singled called "Ultra Black," produced by Hit-Boy.

Nas may be a GOAT rapper and MC, but if there's one criticism that has dogged him throughout his career, it's his sometimes suspect beat selection. Perhaps because of this, producer Hit-Boy has been announced as the executive producer of the Queens rapper's forthcoming new project.

The Three 6 Mafia rapper has a long list of hits to pull from but the distance between him and the Queensbridge lyrics is miles apart sonically speaking.

Despite COVID-19 shutting everything down, BET refused to let the pandemic canceled the Blackest Awards show on the planet.

The 24-year-old rapper born William Daniels was signed to Nas and his brother Jungle's labels, and reportedly died of COVID-19 complications.

NBA All-Star Weekend means plenty of events to consider, but only a handful are actually go-tos. On Saturday (Dec. 15), one of the main events was the Hennessy party that featured Nas, A$AP Ferg and DaBaby.

In 2011, Rick Ross and Drake teased fans with the ultimate collaboration, that had yet yo manifest. But after eight years and several Grammy nominations between the two, Rick Ross reveals why the project was stagnated.

While we are several years past one of Hip-Hop’s most iconic wars it doesn’t hurt to reminisce. Memphis Bleek takes us back to when he made the beef between Roc-A-Fella Records and Nas official.

Now at the age of 46, Nasir “Nas” Jones has the advantage of experience and wisdom on his side after dropping his debut album Illmatic 25 years ago. While Hip-Hop continues to hold the project in high regard, the legendary Queens rapper is pretty much over it.


It’s been more than a decade and chance since Jay-Z and Nas battled for rap supremacy when they dropped some scathing diss tracks in “The Takeover” and “Ether,” and though they’ve since squashed the drama and moved on with their lives, OG rap aficionados still argue on who had the better record.