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At 2004's VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York, Nas performed "Bridging the Gap" from his seventh album 'Street's Disciple' with his father, cornetist Olu Dara.
Guest appearances by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Questlove, El-P and DJ Shadow were all rumored to have been on his first solo album.
"That was a beautiful thing for everybody to see, to show that you could be bigger than the beef," said producer DJ Premier.
"To this day, one of the illest moments in hip hop." 2006's 'Hip Hop is Dead,' the rapper's eighth album, featured the will.i.am-produced track "Can't Forget About You." The track featured R&B singer Chrisette Michele and a sample of Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable." Cole's daughter Natalie appeared in the 2007 video.
What you're seeing, thanks to the photo-sharing app Instagram, is the rapper/producer El-P, the rapper/basically politician Killer Mike—the gentlemen of Run the Jewels—with Nasir "NAS" Jones and Zack "Rage Against the Machine" de la Rocha. Either way, the duo and the legend's shared penchants for social commentary and old-school-rap-fan's rap will yield plutonium.
(And there's a second new pic of Jaime and Mike chilling with Zack.)This is perfect explode-the-hip-hop-tastebuds fodder. De la Rocha's voice got chopped into the spasmodic hook, then he wrapped the cut with a rap verse that smacked our brains off the pavement. El-P's Instagram caption just says "this happened," so we have zero info, and give zero damns.
Nearly 20 years after his debut album, Nas continues to be one of the most influential, controversial and galvanizing figures in hip hop.