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 Nas - Hip Hop Is Dead... The N
Mj
  Posted: Aug 1 2006, 05:53 PM


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Praat hier over het aankomende album van Nas. Ik kan niet wachten tot september.

Wat we al weten is de waarschijnlijke titel: Hip Hop Is Dead.. The N
Misschien features met Jay-Z en Dr. Dre.
Wat we ook weten is dat het album onder Def Jam beter zal verkopen dan onder Colombia (of sony) Records. Maar daar gaat het ons niet om.

Waar het ons om gaat is dat we Nas weer willen horen vlammen. Met zijn verhaalvertellende skills, zachte stem, meesterlijke flow en grote vocabulair moet dat kunnen.

Hier wat info:

NEW YORK — Where will you be when hip-hop dies? Nas is hoping you'll be in the store, buying his next album, Hip-Hop Is Dead ... The N.

"September is the album," Nas said backstage at Radio City Music Hall Thursday night after his appearance at the Roots' show (see "Nas, Mos Def To Join The Roots For 'Wet-Dream' N.Y. Show"). "It's called Hip-Hop Is Dead ... The N." The letter at the end is meant to be a play on "the end," he added.

Although he wasn't too forthcoming with info, he explained the name as a play on words.

"I didn't name it that. Fans named it that; rappers named it that," he elaborated about the title. "It's been the talk for years, so here's an album that brings ... not even the rebirth, it's just an album with that thing that everybody is talking about. I got a street look coming real soon, and more soon after. Summer time is definitely going to be Nas time."

Although guest appearances and producers assisting on the new album have been kept a secret thus far, Nas and Jay-Z did say that they would do a song together, only if it feels right. The pair also hinted that if the feeling is apt, they would welcome a collaboration with Dr. Dre, arguably the best hip hop producer of the last decade.

Nas' alliance with Def Jam and its president Shawn Carter, should help the Queensbridge native reach bigger numbers than his last effort. His 2004 double-album, Street’s Disciple, sold 694,000 copies in the United States.



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ik heb een snippet van een nieuw nummer van Nas gevonden: ''The Don''
En het is gewoon sick:

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Dope, áls het waar is. Want IEDEREEN kan wat op wikipedia zetten he...
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I know. Het zijn het ook maar gissen naar producers en featurings maar er zit wel wat in het verhaal.
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Nas is gewoon de shit..
maar dat Hiphop is dead snap ik nog
waar slaat.. .... The N op???
en ik vind et vaagheid dat die ... ertussenzitten ensow..
anyway,, heb fokking zin in dat die album uitkomt en ik em dagen achter mekaar luister op me kamer.. ..
fok man,, om die beat te horen van Neptunes en hoe Nas em helemaal kapot spitt.. .
sowveel zin,, collab Nas en Jay
Dre en Nas
WHAAATTTT!!
weet je hoe zin!!!
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Dit las ik vandaag op Juize FM:

Wat is er aan de hand met het aankomend album van Nas, getiteld 'Hip-Hop Is Dead ... The N?'. Def Jam zegt dat het waarschijnlijk in november uitgebracht gaat worden en het kamp van Nas beweert dat hij nog steeds in de studio aan het opnemen is. Er mag dan onduidelijkheid zijn over de releasedatum, Nas is tot dusver erg blij met het resultaat en zegt dat de fans alvast kunnen uitkijken naar het album; "Het is fantastisch, man. Dit album blaast alles en iedereen weg. Overal waar ik kom, praten de mensen over mijn album. Ik til het naar een hoger niveau, sowieso.". Nas, die in New York was om de verjaardag van zijn vrouw Kelis te vieren, bevestigt ook dat The Game en hij samen aan het opnemen zijn. "Die shit is fire! Die track is zo dope, dat ik hem misschien wel als eerste single ga uitbrengen!"
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Samenwerking met Game.. kan dope zijn :). Dat het album in November uitkomt is ook dope maar ik kan niet wachten
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Is cker dope, maar november durrt nog 2 maanden :|
Dat duurt wel lang, maarja...
Als hij echt iedereen wegblaast... dat zou wel mooi zijn. Eigenlijk moet Nasty Nas weer ff orde op zaken stellen. 50 moet z'n bek weer ff een tijdje houden...

Maar tracks met The Game, Jay-Z en Dre zijn wel dope, mogelijk nog Eminem en Kanye... Dan heb je bijna de beste nog levende rappers bij elkaar...

Hij moet de Hip Hop weer leven in blazen...
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ik heb er wel vertrouwen in. maar t is niet zo slim als ie zn album in de zelfde periode als Game dropt.
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Posted: Aug 31 2006, 08:24 PM


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het is gewoon zijn missie( samen met alle andere rappers) om Hiphop weer leven in te blazen 8) daar lijkt et wel op,, dus Hiphop is Dead is een perfecte titel!!
i9k KAN NIET WACHTEN!!!!
waarom duurt het nou zo lang :(
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Ik heb liever dat het nog even duurt en het album echt supergoed is dan dat hij afgeraffeld wordt en eerder uitkomt. Maar ik ben ook echt toe naar een topalbum van 2006 ;). The Big Bang doet het goed.. 2nd Round's on Me is goed... Maar Hiphop is dead moet gruwlijk worden.
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jah oklway,, die geef ik je,, hij moet afgerafeld worden.. ..
maar, ik wou dat hij al klaar was :angel: *zucht*
ik wou dat het al november was.. dit word gewoon de eerste album in jaren waar ik EGT op wacht.. .. ik heb nooit dat ik zo graag een album ofsow wil.. .. maar deze gaat egt alle moeite en wachten waard worden.. ..!!
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Iemand van een Nas-forum woont vlak bij het gebouw waar Def Jam gevestigd is. Hij zag deze poster en heeft hem geript en mee naar huis genomen:

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7 november dus!!! ^_^
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Dope dat is te doen :D
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en dat is dus op dezelfde datum als game zn album wordt gedropt dus ik denk dat een album release gaat veranderen.
ik hoop vroeger :D
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Zal Game t wel verandern dat maakt Nas geen fuck uit denk ik...
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ze hebben wel same een nmr gemaakt op Nas zn album die Nas heel dope vond. dus ik denk wel dat ze een beetje rekening met elkaar houden. en uiteindelijk is t ook buisniss ze willen zoveel mogelijk albums verkopen.
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Ik heb hetzelfde als Mena ik heb nog nooit zo naar een album uitgekeken zelfs nog nooit 1 gekocht, alleen gekregen voor sinterklaas enzo :D denk dat ik deze wel ga kopen man :)
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Wie vind er dat hiphop echt dood is op het moment?
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Ik vind hiphop niet echt dood, maar het is wel eens levendiger geweest zeg maar.

Hoop dat ze druk bezig zijn allemaal met hun albums, hehe

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ik heb gelezen dat het album pas 19 december hier uitkomt.. ..
ze hebben het verteld bij een optreden van Nas en Jay Z ofsow.. ..
waarschijnlijk zou het 7 van November wel klaar zijn,, alleen overzee pas 19 december. ...
ja, duss.. ..
ik hoop dat het gewoon een gerucht is,, wan 19 DECEMBER PAS !!!
zo maken ze het wel heel moeilijk voor mij om geduld te hebben .. .. ..
ik denk niet dat ik dan de oficiele ga kopen maar gewoon downen en branden weetje.. ..
anders duurt het sow erg fokking lang!
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Zoals jullie misschien wel weten is het album pushed back naar 19 december. Jammer... Komt waarschijnlijk omdat Jay-Z ook in November dropt.


Nog wat nieuws:

There are some conversations me and Jay are having about doing some more tour dates," Nas said last week in the U.K. the day before taking the stage at Royal Albert Hall. "Nothing is confirmed, but there are some serious conversations about Africa and a few other countries.

"I would like to do the Africa thing," he continued. "And that would be about it, because it's the most important thing for Africans to see two African-Americans, their lost children, who's been the head of hip-hop culture. ... A lot of our verses are misinterpreted in other countries, and they get the N-word wrong and they don't understand why we come up like this and why we say the things we say. So when they say it and when they do it, they just doing the gangsta mentality. They don't understand where it comes from, so we want to bring that connection from America to Africa and show them what we mean and show the brotherhood and show that me and this brother is about peace." (Click here for photos of Nas and Jay-Z from the tour.)

Nas' peaceful mindset has changed his perspective on some things recently. While some people raised an eyebrow when 50 Cent named a recent mixtape Hip-Hop Is Dead because it's the same title as Nas' upcoming official LP, God's Son said it didn't bother him.

"Honestly, I've always been the kind of guy to come back in and set the tone and wake people up," he said. "I do realize that, and it's sometimes a conscious decision for me to do that and sometimes it's just what I do. So when artists take a mixtape, like 50 Cent is doing Hip-Hop Is Dead, I think that's cool because it's definitely him in agreeance with me. I think the whole rap game is in agreeance with me to some point. I think it's real cool, but my album is the real thing."

Nas' Hip-Hop Is Dead ... The N is supposed to come out in December. He's still working but said we'll be hearing a couple of songs from the album really soon.

"It's probably gonna be a street look," he said. "There's a nice street look I got right now. It's between two songs I'm trying to choose from — [one is] tentatively titled 'New York Stomp' and 'QB True G' is the other one — and there will be a main record that's more mainstream."

Nas is also making the rounds with guest appearances. He's on a remix of LeToya's "She Can't," Hi-Tek's "Music for Life" and Diddy's "Everything I Love," all of which are out now. ...

Source: http://www.mtv.com/bands/m/mixtape_monday/100206/


The track w/ Game should be leaking soon. Peep this also from mtv.com:

The Game came through our office and played a bunch of tracks from his upcoming LP, The Doctor's Advocate. Believe everything your man is boasting about the LP: It's just that sick. One of our favorite songs is definitely "Hate the Game," which features Nas. God's Son said his West Coast homie is the truth. "Man, I met Game through my boy LES before Game's [first] album came out," Nas said. "I met him in L.A., and we kicked it right there. Since then, he kept it straight G with me. Dude always kept it straight G, and I think he's one of the tightest dudes out there. He wants it, he's going for it, he's a warrior. I can appreciate that a whole lot."
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QUOTE (Mena @ Sep 27 2006, 08:25 AM)
ik heb gelezen dat het album pas 19 december hier uitkomt.. ..
ze hebben het verteld bij een optreden van Nas en Jay Z ofsow.. ..
waarschijnlijk zou het 7 van November wel klaar zijn,, alleen overzee pas 19 december. ...
ja, duss.. ..
ik hoop dat het gewoon een gerucht is,, wan 19 DECEMBER PAS !!!
zo maken ze het wel heel moeilijk voor mij om geduld te hebben .. .. ..
ik denk niet dat ik dan de oficiele ga kopen maar gewoon downen en branden weetje.. ..
anders duurt het sow erg fokking lang!

Sorry las je post pas nadat ik postte ;) maar ik denk dat wel op 19 december moeten rekenen.
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owkay,, is coowl ;)

ik heb er wel vertrouwen in dat dit een nieuwjaars klapper word,, zoals ze zeggen,, we bewaren het beste voor het laatst,, deze album van Nas gaat egt knallen,, als je alleen al kijkt met wie hij allemaal samenwerkt,, Jay en Nas vind ik egt een droom collabo,,
en Premier en the Neptunes zijn ook geweldige producers.. ..

ik weet al wat ik vraag van de dikke baardmans ( ik bedoel de kerstman ;) )
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TRUE STORY



Lees het aandachtig door, als ik dit lees is het over :).





Nas said he's less than two weeks from finishing his next LP, Hip-Hop Is Dead ... The N, and he already has a prediction.

"All respect to all rappers on Def Jam, I love the label," Nas said. "Without disrespect, I'm about to be the craziest sh-- on Def Jam. But that should go without saying."

Nas has a lot to boast about this time around. After his last project, the 2004 double LP Street's Disciple, had a lukewarm reception, the New York legend feels confident he has another classic on his hands.

MTV News had a chance to preview some tracks last week, and to dispel some rumors, Nas is not leaving his roots. His LP is very much street, and there aren't really any commercial tracks. Lyrically he still commands the vocal booth.

A bulk of his criticism the last few years has been his choice of beat selection. On Hip-Hop Is Dead, he worked with the best, including Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Kanye West and others. You can hear the excitement in the producers' music — they've given him top-grade material.

"It's cool," Nas said Monday about working with Dre on "QB True G," which features a guest appearance from the Game. "I worked on Dre's Aftermath album when he left Death Row. The second Aftermath album was the Firm album. I think him and [industry mogul] Steve Stoute got into a lot of beef, so the record got hurt when it came out. But that album is still a platinum monster. I know Dre was saying that n---as was bothering him, saying the Firm flopped or he turned pop, but that Firm album was not a flop. That record was a monster. Back then, [Interscope Records co-chairman] Jimmy Iovine was ready to send me a jet, trying to get me off of Sony because he was seeing my potential and what I needed to do.

"Since then, I hadn't seen [Dre], but I bumped into him in a studio and he said he was ready to do my whole album right there on the spot," Nas continued. "I just knocked out the joint I did with him."

The beat has the feel of the dark party track Dre gave 50 Cent for the "Outta Control" remix, but it has a bit more bite. Nas raps on the beat that he and the Game came to "sprinkle a little bit of heaven for your ears." The Game starts his verse by rapping that over a decade ago, he was a kid in a record store and had to decide whether to buy Nas' Illmatic or Dre's The Chronic because he only had money for one purchase. He decided to steal both albums.

"Game is a megastar, man," said Nas, who appears on the Game's upcoming The Doctor's Advocate. "That n---a shut down a whole crew by himself. That's big."

Kanye West raps on and produced "Still Dreamin'." Nas starts one verse scolding hangers-on who are looking for handouts, and on his second verse, he tells a story of a female newscaster who gets caught up in a drug dealer's lifestyle.

" 'Ye is that n---a," Nas told. "His music is right. I wish I could've got more time in with him, actually. He comes through. N---as just be kicking it. Next thing you know, he plays me his sh-- he's working on, I play my sh--, then it comes from there. He'll play me some sh--, and I'll say, 'Let me get that.' "

The song "Blunt Ashes," where Nas talks about the missteps and betrayals of R&B legends like Prince, Alexander O'Neal and Bobby Womack, came about from the wordsmith just kicking it in the lab with another one of his friends, Philadelphia 76ers forward Chris Webber. Webber produced the track.

"We was in the studio in Kelis' session," Nas said about working with his wife. "We had a room next door, because I didn't want to mess her session up, but I wanted to listen to something. I went in the other room, we was chillin'. One of my mans told Chris to put on one of his [beat] CDs. We was in there freestylin'. I started freestylin' to one joint about sh-- we just be talking about, and I was like, 'This is my sh-- right here. This is my joint.' But Chris is my homie though. One of my closest homies."

Another person you wouldn't necessarily picture on a Nas record is Will.I.Am. The multitalented Black Eyed Peas frontman concocted the LP's title track. Where some may expect a real pop sound like on Busta Rhymes' "I Love My Chick," Will went left and very dirty. He actually brought back the same bassline from Iron Butterfly's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida," which was also used for Street Disciple's "Thief's Theme."

"It felt like the 'Thief's Theme' to me," Nas said. "It was one of the low-key Nas joints that you know about it, but you don't want to look over there. You don't want to deal with that. This [song] reiterated the vibe of 'Thief's Theme' at another level. The title track is Will.I.Am taking pieces of sh-- I did before, pieces of old-school hip-hop, slappin' it all together and letting me do me. That's what it is."

Nas throws out a few punch lines on the album, including "If hip-hop is dead, we die together" and "Like my girl Foxy, a n---a went Def." His lyrics are also very tough on radio and DJs. Nas says on the disc that if the impossible happened, if hip-hop did die, DJs would be the first people he'd punish.

"Let's be real," he said of the song on which he insists his wedding to Kelis was his second marriage — he married hip-hop first. "DJs play a big responsibility of what hip-hop is doing. ... At the end of the day, it's up to us to control and to own hip-hop. DJs need to challenge us rappers. They got so much power, they need to challenge us. We don't challenge DJs by making crazy sh-- enough."

Nas also said that the phrase "hip-hop is dead" has a much more important meaning than just music.

"When I say 'hip-hop is dead,' basically America is dead," he clarified. "There is no political voice. Music is dead. B2K is not New Edition. Chris Brown is great, I love Chris Brown, we need that, but Bobby Brown sticks in my heart. Our way of thinking is dead, our commerce is dead. Everything in this society has been done. It's like a slingshot, where you throw the mutha----a back and it starts losing speed and is about to fall down. That's where we are as a country.

"I don't wanna lose nobody with this, but what I mean by 'hip-hop is dead' is we're at a vulnerable state," he continued. "If we don't change, we gonna disappear like Rome. Let's break it down to a smaller situation. Hip-hop is Rome for the 'hood. I think hip-hop could help rebuild America, once hip-hoppers own hip-hop. ... We are our own politicians, our own government, we have something to say. We're warriors. Soldiers."

Snoop Dogg appears on the Scott Storch-produced "Play on Playa." "Unforgettable," which uses a sample of the Nat King Cole song of the same name, has Nas looking back on his life ("Mom's cooking used to wake me up/ Deep/ 'Cause now my wife's cookin' puts me to sleep"). "War" finds the legend going political, lashing out against what he calls unfair media views and "the white man's paper." Damien "Jr. Gong" Marley co-stars on that reggae-flavored track.

Hip-Hop Is Dead comes out December 5. He hasn't chosen a first single yet, but Nas said he's leaning toward going with a real street record first, like the Game did with "It's Okay (One Blood)."

"Every n---a under the age of 28 that raps — except for maybe five of you — needs to shut the f--- up for eight months," he said about what some of his peers should do in preparation for this album. "Get your mind right and learn what the f--- to say. That's gonna be a wakeup call. With all respect due, because they're my comrades."

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Alleen Kelis en Snoop hoeven van mij niet op het album. Misschien ben ik bevooroordeeld en gaat het goed klinken. Het staat me gewoon niet aan.
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ik heb t meeste doorgelezen mr heb niet zoveel zin om alles te lezen. mr ik krijg er wel meer trek in zn album door.
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Die The Game track wordt vast tering vet vindt t verhaal van The Game mooi ook, van geld voor 1, stal ze allebij. Ken dat verhaal...

Kelis en Will-i-am hoeven er voor mij zekersss niet op. Will i am vind ik zo verschrikkelijk :sick:

Verder kijk ik hier zeker naar uit!
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QUOTE (Mj @ Oct 11 2006, 04:57 PM)
Alleen Kelis en Snoop hoeven van mij niet op het album. Misschien ben ik bevooroordeeld en gaat het goed klinken. Het staat me gewoon niet aan.

Snoop wel! Snoop kan echt dope komen...
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ik vind t wel relaxt hoe hij rapt. vooral bij ups and down.
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Snoop en Kelis mogen van mij wel blijven,, Kelis vind ik alleen coowl omdat het de vrouw van Nas is :)
maar, Wiliiee am vind ik egt gay,, wat is et eigenlijks?? zanger? rapper? prducer?? danser?? in alle gevallen vind ik em kutyaa
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