Nas, J Dilla & Madlib Collide on "The Sickness"

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The push behind J Dilla’s next forthcoming posthumous release is growing stronger. Following the release of the Snoop Dogg and Kokane-assisted “Gangsta Boogie” and songs like “The Introduction” and “The Look.” Mass Appeal Records have liberated Nas and Madlib collaboration off The Diary. As Pitchfork notes, the song was originally cooked up in 2001, and didn’t receive its Nas section until this year. Initially debuted by Nas last month, you can stream “The Sickness” in its CDQ entirety below.

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