Nas To Released “Greatest Hits” Album Via Columbia on November 6th

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- Columbia Records announces the upcoming release of Greatest Hits, the definitive collection of classic tracks and more from the pioneering hip-hop icon Nas. Nas' Greatest Hits will be available in stores and online on Tuesday, November 6.

A career-spanning retrospective which also serves as an ideal introduction to Nas' most unforgettable tracks, Greatest Hits reprises 12 essential cuts culled from the artist's monumental Columbia Records catalog -- from 1994's Illmatic, one of the most influential albums in hip-hop history, through 2004's double disc masterpiece Street Disciple -- while premiering 2 newly recorded songs: "Surviving The Times" and "Less Than An Hour," featuring Cee-Lo, new theme music created for the soundtrack for "Rush Hour 3."

Since the 1994 release of Illmatic, the blueprint album which laid the foundation for East Coast hip-hop in the 90s while establishing Nas as one of hip-hop's most electrifying and influential urban street poets, Nas continues to be one of hip-hop's most potent, provocative, and abiding forces with a string of chart-topping RIAA gold and platinum successes to his credit: Illmatic (1994); It Was Written (1996); "Street Dreams" (1997); I Am...The Autobiography (1999); Nastradamus (1999); Stillmatic (2002); The Lost Tapes (2002); God's Son (2002); Street's Disciple (2004); and Hip Hop Is Dead (2006).

More than 20 million Nas albums, singles, and digital tracks have been sold worldwide since the release of Illmatic in 1994.

NAS - GREATEST HITS - Tracklisting

1) Surviving The Times (newly recorded)
2) Less than an Hour (Theme from Rush Hour 3) (newly recorded)
3) It Ain't Hard to Tell (from Illmatic)
4) Life's A Bitch (from Illmatic)
5) N.Y. State of Mind (from Illmatic)
6) One Love (from Illmatic)
7) If I Ruled the World (Imagine That) (from It Was Written)
8) Street Dreams (Remix) Feat. R. Kelly (original from It Was Written; remix from 2002's From Illmatic to Stillmatic: The Remixes EP)
9) Hate Me Now Feat. Puff Daddy (from I Am… The Autobiography)
10) One Mic (from Stillmatic)
11) Got Ur Self A… (from Stillmatic)
12) Made You Look (from God's Son)
13) I Can (from God's Son)
14) Bridging the Gap Feat. Olu Dara (from Street's Disciple)

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