Long-term hip-hop blogger Byron Crawford unveils a new book titled NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey. Aside from critically dissecting Nas‘ illustrious career, the book also acts as a springboard for a number of disputed topics in hip-hop, comparing the likes of Chief Keef to Liz Phair, while citing a number relevant examples in the cesspool of web content. Headstrong with his views, the witty offering touches on often muted topics like gay rappers, alongside referencing rap as an “old man’s sport.” NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey is now available from Barnes & Noble at $4 USD. Head over to ANIMAL to learn more about Crawford and the inspiration behind his latest work.
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