I feel rejuvenated thanks to VIK wine vineyards. Thanks to everyone there, i had the best time! #Chile
Life has been Good since 1994- @Nas featured in Complex’ The Best Rapper Alive, Every Year Since 1979
Complex: The Best Rapper Alive, Every Year Since 1979
Nas, Nas, Nas was not the king of disco, despite what the “It Ain’t Hard To Tell” remix would have you believe. But he was a king, the king of rap. In 1994, at the age of 19, Nasty Nasir Jones would ascend the throne with the April release of Illmatic, his debut LP. A raw talent, one of the first to make a name on guest appearances, Nas’s shocking, borderline horrorcore (before horrorcore existed) raps of the early ’90s created an enormous buzz for the Queensbridge MC.
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The Amy Winehouse Foundation’s Gala and Inspiration Awards on Thursday at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York featured honoree Tony Bennett, performer Jennifer Hudson and a guest list including Sean Lennon, Mark Ronson and Harry Belafonte. Yet Winehouse’s father, Mitch, had someone else in mind when he took the stage.
“The person I’d like to thank the most is Amy,” he said. “We just formalized it by calling it the Amy Winehouse Foundation. She started this long before.”
@Nas Is The American Dream: Featured in Complex’s: The 50 Greatest Fashion Moments in Rap Video History!
Complex: The 50 Greatest Fashion Moments in Rap Video History
A man on a mission with a message, Nas set out to both inspire kids and make a statement when he wore a T-shirt that read ‘I Am the American Dream.’ Always one to go the extra step in making sure he’s both seen and heard, Nas’ shirt accomplished his goal of showing America that you can achieve “the dream” in more ways than one.