Nas’ latest studio album, Nasir, had a late discharge in the mid year of 2018. In this equivalent vein of specific planning, visuals for the album have been dropping a while later, straight into the new year. Subsequent to managing the issue of police fierceness with the music video for “Cops Shot The Kid” only days prior, Nas is back with one more clasp.
“Adam and Eve” becomes animated in a hood patio’s unremarkable movement. Kids circled playing with one another and now and then independent from anyone else. At other occasions, they play with toy guns.A gathering of these youngsters later line up against a block divider in different postures to reproduce the scene found on Nassir’s cover craftsmanship.
In the interim, grown-ups keep it moving either taking a break. The development is hindered by the static figures of both Adam and Eve in the haziness of night and Nas’ contrition at chapel as he mourns for insurance from generational condemnations.