Nas and Hit-Boy‘s collaborative project King’s Disease was a revitalizing return to form for the legendary Queensbridge rapper after the 2018 release of the Kanye West executive produced Nassir failed to meet expectations. Now Nas is back with his new “Spicy” visual, taking to the New York City streets alongside A$AP Ferg and Fivio Foreign.
The new offering follows Nas’ “Ultra Black” visual which celebrated Black unity through a moving collage of everyday people and celebrities like Dapper Dan and Kerby Jean-Raymond. This time around, Nas made sure to feature cameos by some of his original collaborators like AZ and Cormega.
“The Nas thing just happened by me walking into Hit-Boy’s studio. He was like ‘I wanna play you this Nas record with Nas and Fivio.’ I was like, that gotta be crazy,” A$AP Ferg told Apple Music in a recent interview. “That was literally the same session I had with Marilyn Manson. I was waiting on Marilyn Manson to pull up, and I had some time, so I pulled up on Hit-Boy and ran into a Nas feature.”
Watch “Spicy” above and revisit King’s Disease below. In more music updates, check out HYPEBEAST Music’s latest feature “What Boldy James’ Success Can Tell Us About Hip-Hop Listeners in 2020.”