- Thu Feb 2, 2017, 2:44 AM GMT
'Street Dreams', from 'Rush' creator Jonathan Levine, will follow a young man from Queens as he evolves from 'crack dealer to rapper to adult.'READ MORE
Nas is a son of jazz musician Olu Hara and postal service worker Fannie Ann Jones. He was born on September 14, 1973 and raised in the Queensbridge housing projects in New York City. He started playing trumpet at age four and began writing rhymes at age nine. From learning jazz music, he slowly switched his direction to Hip-Hop after a neighbor Willy "Ill Will" Graham introduced him to such genre.
His parent got divorce when he was just twelve years old and he was dropped out of school in the eighth grade. He traded classroom with rough life on the streets of Queensbridge and learned a lot of things from there. He even educated himself by reading books about other countries' cultures. His experience of flirting with danger on the streets combined with his dedication not to stop learning had helped him characterizing his rhymes.
The 'Nas Is Like' hitmaker also takes a jab at the current presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.READ MORE
The film executive produced by Nas will also feature new music from Jeremih, Pusha T, French Montana and Machine Gun Kelly among others.READ MORE
The three rappers hang around in an airplane graveyard with a bottle of vodka, some energy drinks and a sexy lady.READ MORE
The R'n'B singer performed 'Can't Feel My Face' and 'The Hills' before Nas joined him for a remix of 'Tell Your Friends' at the star-studded party held Monday, May 2.READ MORE
Grande is confirmed to appear on the 'What Do You Mean?' remix while Skrillex and Diplo join Bieber on the previously-released 'Where Are U Now'.READ MORE