Nasir Jones has been a power in the diversion for a moment, constantly demonstrating his value as a standout amongst the most esteemed lyricists. Despite the fact that his late spring drop of Nasir neglected to move the majority like his past work, it remained an agreeable tune in through and through, if somewhat surged. In any case, the second track “Cops Shot The Kid” filled in as a quick feature, generally to some degree to the irresistible production from Kanye West; right when the Slick Rick test is very nearly becoming tedious, an unpleasant, diving string area adds a dour layer to the blend.
Presently, Nas has come through with some new visuals for the single. The emotional center pursues a very well-known circumstance, in which a youthful dark man is focused by racial profiling and police ruthlessness. The disappointing situation is compared with thoughtful shots of Nas strolling a shoreline at nightfall, adroitly straightforward yet powerful. Sadly, Ye neglects to show up, however likely for a valid justification. Fortunately, Slick Rick came through for that much-refreshing appearance. Peep the single now, and sound off. Is it true that you are as yet knocking Nasir?