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Street's Disciple by Nas

Album

Street's Disciple

Nas

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Album

Street's Disciple

Nas

Play on Napster
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Label: Sony Urban Music/Columbia
Ambitious and politically thorny, Nas' seventh album barely dented the pop charts due to its acerbic messages. "American Way" is an anti-voting screed that paints our political system as a pageant completely divorced from the reality of American life. Nas attacks: "On Kerry nuts, he look at you like a monkey/ You MC's on that old slavery path/ The Bushes'll look at yo' ass and laugh." On "These Are Our Heroes," Nas goes after black representation in the media, labeling Kobe Bryant a "jiggaboo, fake n*gg*" who "love a little butt crack." It's an angry and at times exhausting album, but it's also one of Nas' best.

About This Album

Ambitious and politically thorny, Nas' seventh album barely dented the pop charts due to its acerbic messages. "American Way" is an anti-voting screed that paints our political system as a pageant completely divorced from the reality of American life. Nas attacks: "On Kerry nuts, he look at you like a monkey/ You MC's on that old slavery path/ The Bushes'll look at yo' ass and laugh." On "These Are Our Heroes," Nas goes after black representation in the media, labeling Kobe Bryant a "jiggaboo, fake n*gg*" who "love a little butt crack." It's an angry and at times exhausting album, but it's also one of Nas' best.

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About This Album

Ambitious and politically thorny, Nas' seventh album barely dented the pop charts due to its acerbic messages. "American Way" is an anti-voting screed that paints our political system as a pageant completely divorced from the reality of American life. Nas attacks: "On Kerry nuts, he look at you like a monkey/ You MC's on that old slavery path/ The Bushes'll look at yo' ass and laugh." On "These Are Our Heroes," Nas goes after black representation in the media, labeling Kobe Bryant a "jiggaboo, fake n*gg*" who "love a little butt crack." It's an angry and at times exhausting album, but it's also one of Nas' best.