Nas’ old label, Columbia, is releasing his Greatest Hits album on November 6th. The compilation will include 12 of Nas’ all-time, well, greatest hits along with an additional two new songs. (Although for some reason they included Oochie Wally, so lets’ go with 11). The first, Less Than an Hour, is a duet with Cee-Lo that can also be found on the Rush Hour 3 Soundtrack. The second is Surviving The Times, produced by NBA baller/producer, Chris Webber. Through eight studio albums, two labels and several major beefs, Nas has certainly survived the times.
Written by DJ Z on 10/8/07
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