In honor of the 20th anniversary of her breakout solo album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," R&B/Hip-Hop legend Lauryn Hill has announced an international tour called The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill World Tour 2018. Set to kick off in just a few weeks on July 5th in Virginia Beach, the U.S. dates have been released with a lineup of supporting [Read More]
Previously settling their child support issue, Kelis recently filed legal documents requesting the courts to revisit her previous legal dispute with ex-husband and emcee Nas. In the documents, Kelis is stating that the once agreed up amount of $8,000 a month of child support for their now 8-year-old son Knight isn't cutting it anymore. According to TMZ, based on the [Read More]
This may be one of the most sought-after tickets going this fall! As Nas finishes up his new album, he finds time to hit the road with Lauryn Hill as they announce a North American trek together.
Grammy winner Chris Brown join forces with rap legend Nas for the socially-driven record, "Die Young," a remake of late rapper Chinx Drugs song...
Ever since March, the streets have been buzzing that Nicki Minaj and Nas are hip-hop's newest "it" couple. Minaj posted a photo of the pair snuggled up at a Brooklyn restaurant on Tuesday (May 9th) suggesting the buzz is true.
Last night, Nas and Erykah Badu performed “This Bitter Land" on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a track from the soundtrack of indie film, The Land (which was executive produced by Nas and Cleveland-native Machine Gun Kelly).
In December 2015, it was reported that Nas signed on to executive-produce an indie film titled The Land with Cleveland-bred artist Machine Gun Kelly starring Erykah Badu. Now listen to one of the songs from the soundtrack, a collab by Nas and Badu called "This Bitter Land."
Since taking ownership of Mass Appeal Records and releasing his documentary entitled, "Time Is Illmatic," this is the first single weâve heard from Nas since 2012.
Despite having an impressive cast and the Thanksgiving Holiday in play, "Black Nativity" got off to a slow start at the box office this week.
Hip Hop legend Nas recently kick started his fellowship program at Harvard University, which sees him sharing his expertise with the Universityâs new Hip Hop Archive program called The Nasir Jones Hip-Hop Fellowship.