The Orchard Japan Grammy-winning hip-hop legend rapper = NAS completes third trilogy, releases new album “KING’S DISEASE III”

The Orchard Japan
Grammy-winning hip-hop legend rapper = NAS completes third trilogy, releases new album “KING’S DISEASE III”
In February next year, he will announce his first headliner
performance at Madison Square Garden in New York.

The new album “King’s Disease III” will be the third in a trilogy that started with the Grammy-winning “King Disease” (2020).
[Image 1d55377-503-aad24133617cf9669d42-0.jpg&s3=55377-503-78a6ff7d0debd7c348c9345eccd4c75d-1000x1500.jpg
Photo by Max Montgomery
King of MC Nas has released a new album, King’s Disease III. Released on Mass Appeal, this is the third installment in the trilogy that started with Nas’s Grammy-winning “King Disease.” The previous two albums both earned Grammy nominations for Best Rap Album, and 2020’s King’s Disease earned Nas his first Grammy. The sequel “King’s Disease II” announced in 2021 will continue to be produced by Nas himself and Hit-Boy. Guests included Eminem, EPMD, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, YG, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Hit-Boy and many more.
The new album “King’s Disease III” was produced by Hit-Boy, with executive production by Nas and Hit-Boy. The long-awaited meeting between the two has come true since last year’s Christmas surprise release of Nas’ 9-track album “Magic”.
With Wu-Tang Clan, Nas will hold a tour of 25 cities across the United States from the end of August to October this year, featuring Busta Rhymes as a special guest. A large-scale tour titled “NY State Of Mind Tour” has been completed with great success.
Nas most recently directed the three-episode documentary series Supreme Team for SHOWTIME with Peter J. Scalettar. Featuring LL Cool J, Mayor Eric Adams, Joy Reid and Irv Gotti, it explores the infamous New York crime syndicate and its long-standing cultural influence. The film premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
Nas also narrated and executive produced The Invaders, a documentary about the rise and fall of extremist black power groups based in Memphis, Tennessee in the late 1960s.
On February 24th, 2019, a headlining performance at Madison Square Garden, a historic live venue in New York, was also announced. Nas “King’s Disease III” now on sale
Delivery link:
[Image 2d55377-503-e8471701936a1ad4f585-1.jpg&s3=55377-503-ff682180a354fe5ce3515cfcd9133bd1-1200x1200.jpg
01. Ghetto Reporter
02. Legit
04.Michael & Quincy
05. 30
06. Hood2Hood
07. Recession Proof
09. Serious Interlude
10.I’m On Fire
12.Once A Man, Twice A Child
13.Get Light
14.First Time
15. Beef
16.Don’t Shoot
17. Til My Last Breath (Bonus)
Nas Profile
From the early 90’s to the present day, Nas is considered one of the best lyricists in the hip-hop scene, producing many classics. Signed a contract with Columbia Records in the United States, and made a groundbreaking debut in 1994, recording “It Ain’t Hard To tell,” “The World Is Yours,” “One Love (feat. Q-Tip),” “N.Y. State Of Mind,” etc. Released the album “Illmatic”. 1996 saw the breakthrough album “It Was Written”, which included “If I Ruled The World (Imagine That) feat.Lauryn Hill” and “Street Dreams”. The double-platinum album I am… was released with the chart singles “Nas Is Like,” “Hate Me Now (featuring Puff Daddy),” and “You Won’t See Me Tonight (featuring Aaliyah).” is 1999.
After that, “Nastradamus” (1999), which was certified platinum by the RIAA, and the platinum album “Stillmatic” (2001), which included the signature song “One Mic”, and the album that included “Made You Look” and “I Can”. Constantly releasing works such as “God’s Son” (2002) and “Street’s Disciple” (2004), a platinum double CD containing “Bridging the Gap” and “Just a Moment”. Her 2012 album Life Is Good was nominated for four Grammy Awards and was certified RIAA Gold. In August 2020, he announced “King’s Disease”, his first new work in two years, and won the “Best Rap Album” at the 2021 Grammy Awards held this year. It was Nas’ first Grammy Award. The sequel, King’s Disease II, announced in 2021, will continue to be produced by Nas himself and Hit-Boy, and will be nominated again for the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
In addition to his hugely successful music career, in 1998 Nas co-starred with DMX in “Belly,” a NY underground crime action drama directed by Hype Williams, with whom he has shared numerous music videos. Most recently, he was also the Executive Producer of the 2016 Netflix series The Get Down.
Nas is also the co-founder of the indie label Mass Appeal Records. FOLLOW NAS

Details about this release:


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: