Nas features more new Hit-Boy music in MasterClass preview


Host “Illmatic” previewed new music on IG ahead of his next MasterClass.

If there is anyone qualified to teach a rhyming class, it is Nasir Jones.

Jones, best known as one of the most prolific rappers to ever touch a microphone or more simply, Nas, is expected to educate the masses from October 14. And while there is no concrete description of what Nas will be teaching in his next MasterClass, it can be assumed that bars and times will be a part of it.

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MasterClass, a digital platform where students can take tutorials and listen to lectures from experts in specific fields, is the perfect place for Nas, arguably the best ever to put words together. After decades of double and triple meanings nestled in complex flows and conditioned to tell meaningful stories, it makes sense that the NASIR the rapper would try to explain his talent to those who want to learn.

And it makes sense that he brings Hit-Boy with him.

In a MasterClass preview video posted to Nas’s official Instagram page, we see Nas and Hit-Boy in the studio. Hit-Boy ponders some touches and Nas spits out four quick bars and the video is over before you know it, but the impact is sure to be immense.

Team up for King’s disease in 2020 and King’s disease 2 earlier this year, Nas and Hit-Boy had two top-five albums on the Billboard Top 200 and clearly have a musical chemistry that rappers and producers dream of. This chemistry, combined with Nas’ long, long list of accomplishments and Hit-Boy’s extensive catalog and back-to-back Producer of the Year awards at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, are sure to lend themselves to students looking to make better music. .

Although there are no plans for a third installment in the King’s disease series have been announced, this MasterClass snippet gives a clue as to what might happen in the future. Nas, who joins Alicia Keys and Timbaland as a MasterClass instructor, called her and Hit-Boy’s connection “magical” and if they work together for educational purposes it wouldn’t be surprising if they worked together. . for musical purposes.

Do you think there is another King’s disease in the works? What did you think of the first two? Let us know in the comments.



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