It’s officially Esco season this summer.
During Nas' show in Orlando, FL. sponsored by DTLR last night, he wrapped up his set by announcing an album is dropping in the next few months. “I drank Henny with 'Pac, smoked with Biggie, traded chains with Big L. Im a ‘90s ni**a,” he said. “I got friends who are locked up. Death to all snitches, my album is dropping this summer.”
Nas released his Grammy-nominated album Life Is Good in 2012, which was the last solo project we received from the Queensbridge legend. That project featured tracks like “Loco-Motive” with Large Professor, “The Don” and “Daughters.” Since then, he has released a rework of a J Dilla song called “The Season,” as well as collaborated with Madonna and his Mass Appeal artist Fashawn on standout album cuts.
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