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Greatest Hits by Nas

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Greatest Hits

Nas

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Album

Greatest Hits

Nas

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Label: Columbia
The melancholic ghetto impressionism of early days, where the precocious emcee played the part of a blunted Aesop, gave way to the inspirational claptrap of "If I Ruled the World" and the messianic materialism of "Street Dreams" and "Hate Me Now." You can trace hip-hop's history through these tracks, from the grimy street poetry of "N.Y. State of Mind" to the post-Biggie/Pac derision of "Got Ur Self..." to the middle-of-the-road rap of "Bridging the Gap." Whether the 14 tracks collected here represent Nas' best work is debatable, but this collection certainly offers his biggest hits.

About This Album

The melancholic ghetto impressionism of early days, where the precocious emcee played the part of a blunted Aesop, gave way to the inspirational claptrap of "If I Ruled the World" and the messianic materialism of "Street Dreams" and "Hate Me Now." You can trace hip-hop's history through these tracks, from the grimy street poetry of "N.Y. State of Mind" to the post-Biggie/Pac derision of "Got Ur Self..." to the middle-of-the-road rap of "Bridging the Gap." Whether the 14 tracks collected here represent Nas' best work is debatable, but this collection certainly offers his biggest hits.

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About This Album

The melancholic ghetto impressionism of early days, where the precocious emcee played the part of a blunted Aesop, gave way to the inspirational claptrap of "If I Ruled the World" and the messianic materialism of "Street Dreams" and "Hate Me Now." You can trace hip-hop's history through these tracks, from the grimy street poetry of "N.Y. State of Mind" to the post-Biggie/Pac derision of "Got Ur Self..." to the middle-of-the-road rap of "Bridging the Gap." Whether the 14 tracks collected here represent Nas' best work is debatable, but this collection certainly offers his biggest hits.