[STREAM] Nas Reveals New LP, ‘The Lost Tapes 2’

Nas Lost Tapes 2 album cover

First Nas teased the cover art for his new album, The Lost Tapes 2.  The full project is finally here, along with producer credits!  More than a decade and a half has passed since 2002, when Nas first compiled the original volume of The Lost TapesThe Lost Tapes 2 was released in July 19th.

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Previously, Nas unveiled the trailer for the project featuring a snippet of “Lost Freestyle” produced by Statik Selektah.

Shortly after Nas revealed the official lead single “Jarreau of Rap (Skatt Attack)”

THE LOST TAPES 2 compiles selected unreleased tracks from Nas’ last four albums that he has released – Hip-Hop is Dead (2006), Untitled (2008), Life is Good (2012), and his most recent Nasir (2018).

Fans should also know that Lost Tapes 3 and 4 are said to be on the way.

Nas is currently on tour with Mary J. Blige, the pair released the single, “Thriving” back in May.

The Lost Tapes 2 tracklist:
1. No Bad Energy [PROD. BY SWIZZ BEATZ]
3. Jarreau of Rap (Skatt Attack) feat. Al Jarreau, Keyon Harrold [PROD. BY EDDIE COLE]
4. Lost Freestyle [PROD. BY STATIK SELEKTAH]
5. Tanasia [PROD. BY RZA]
6. Royalty feat. RaVaughn [PROD. BY HIT-BOY]
7. Who Are You feat. David Ranier [PROD. BY ERIC HUDSON]
8. Adult Film feat. Swizz Beatz [PROD. BY SWIZZ BEATZ]
9. War Against Love [PROD. BY DJ DAHI & DJ KHALIL]
10. The Art of It feat. J. Myers [PROD. BY PETE ROCK]
11. Highly Favored [PROD. BY RZA]
12. Queens Wolf [PROD. BY DJ TOOMP]
13. It Never Ends [PROD. BY THE ALCHEMIST]
14. You Mean The World to Me [PROD. BY KANYE WEST]
15. Queens Bridge Politics [PROD. BY PETE ROCK]
16. Beautiful Life feat. RaVaughn [PROD. BY NO I.D.]

Stream the Nas The Lost Tapes 2 album below:


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