In honor of his forty eighth birthday immediately (September 14), Nas recruited a few of his mates together with Swizz Beatz and LA Lakers LeBron James and Russell Westbrook for a feel-good brunch within the new visible for his single “Brunch On Sundays.”
Dressed of their Sunday finest in all white, Nas and firm wine and dine with mates on the rooftop of LA’s buzzy restaurant Catch.
Directed by Omar Jones and govt produced by Peter Brittenbender and Annie Chen of Mass Enchantment, the visible additionally contains rapper and singers Blxst and Cordae, together with Nas’ daughter Future and the monitor’s producer, Hit-Boy.
Actor and comic Lil Rel Howery additionally makes an look, elevating a toast to Nas, who he calls “one of many OGs within the sport.” So far as brunch spreads go, it’s definitely on the luxurious aspect, with the crew eating on lobster, oysters, and waffles.
“Brunch on Sundays” is a standout monitor off Nas’s launch, King’s Illness II, which options appearances from Eminem, Lauryn Hill, EPMD, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, YG, and extra.
Hill’s verse on “Nobody” made waves throughout the web, as her rap-heavy bars stole the present. It was a right away reminder that Ms. Lauryn Hill remains to be probably the greatest MCs on the planet. The monitor is a non secular sequel of types to their 1996 hit “If I Dominated the World (Think about That).”
King’s Illness II, was launched in August because the sequel to his Grammy-winning thirteenth album and located the rapper and producer Hit-Boy persevering with their fruitful tag-team partnership.
“King’s Illness II is a way more assured piece of labor than its predecessor, and even with extra songs, it feels leaner and extra targeted. It’s the uncommon sequel that doesn’t disappoint and surpasses the unique,” writes Consequence of Sound in its evaluate.
The album additionally noticed the Queensbridge rapper return to the highest of Billboard’s Prime R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for the primary time in simply over 9 years as King’s Illness II debuted at No. 1 on August 21.
Purchase or stream King’s Disease II.