Nas - Where Are They Now? (90’s Remix)

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Nas
Producer:
Salaam Remi
Album:
Hip-Hop Is Dead

In every true Hip-Hop fan’s dream come true, Nas has dropped a head splitting remix to Where Are They Now, from his new album Hip-Hop Is Dead. With cameos from the likes of Hip-Hop royalty Rob Base, the Original Spinderella, Father MC, Monie Love, Positive K, Das Efx, DoItAll (of Lords of the Underground,) and Dres (of Black Sheep,) Nas is out to prove a point.

With quite the impressive lineup that isn’t even the full roster.  Nas potentially has put together the hottest and most original remix of the year.  With this joint, the God Son shows that although he feels Hip-Hop is dead, it can certainly be resurrected with the help of a few old friends.

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