Nas Hip Hop Is Dead Album


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Release information about the album
Release Date: 12/19/2006
Tracks in Hip Hop Is Dead: Money Over Bullshit, You Can't Kill Me, Carry On Tradition, Where Are They Now, Hip Hop Is Dead, Who Killed It?, Black Republican, Not Going Back, Still Dreaming, Hold Down The Block, Blunt Ashes, Let There Be Light, Play On Playa, Can't Forget About You, Hustlers, Hope, Where Y'all At?

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It's dead. | Reviewer: Owera | 4/8/11

In this album Nas did what other artistes in the hip hop industry were afraid to do.He brought the whole truth on what was happening to the industry.Hip hop has been commercialised.Nas brings this out in "hope"[acapella] and the track with similar name to the album.He accepts the fact that hip hop has really lost it but everyone has to do what he is doing.Whether for commercial purposes or for the purpose of "keeping it real."



Hip Hop Classic | Reviewer: angela | 2/23/07

I am in full agreeance that hip hop is suffering for creativity right along with NAS. I normally don't listen to rap but this album definately lets me know that NAS has the potential to revive the industry. Great tracks and lyrics this album gives you something to look forward to. I'm old school and this takes me back to real rap days long before Jeezy being on the block.




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