Jun 2, 2013Nas gets hard lyrically and has a new sort of drive on this album that makes it a raw classic. And a different type of rawness is when he defies the typical rap persona by saying he's not going back to the hood. I saw something that said someone was pronounced dead, and came back to life 28 minutes later. Well that's pretty much the same case here after the song "Hip-Hop Is Dead," he kills it (or in this case saves it) on this album.… Expand
piggybankDec 31, 2006you must be fucking crazy
AntonNDec 20, 2006A Masterpiece! As long as nas exists in music hip hop is not dead!
davidcJan 21, 2007brilliant,phat tracks, it sounds alot like illmatic. its the ressurection.
MattFJan 12, 2007Nas's new album is one of his best, he really is the one of the only true hip hop artists left. No one has his lyrical integrity.
Mr.CDec 19, 2006Album is very mediocre.
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