Nas has officially given us the visual to “Replace Me” which is off his King’s Disease album. The Queensbridge MC enlisted Big Sean and Don Toliver for the music video as well.
The video is directed by Christian Sutton and shows Nas’ relationship through a photo album as a woman views it. Sean and Don are also seen performing against a lighted backdrop reminding the woman of what once was.
Nas drops the visual for “Spicy” which is the single off his King’s Disease project with Hit-Boy. King’s Disease has been well-received by hip hop heads and it seems this is the vision the Queensbridge MC was going for as opposed to his Nasir album that Kanye West executive produced.
“Spicy” features A$AP Ferg and Fivio Foreign rapping alongside Nas with New York City as the backdrop. Notable cameos for the video include longtime Nas collaborators AZ, Cormega and Jungle.
Nas has given us a look at the official video for “Ultra Black,” the lead single off his latest studio album King’s Disease.
The video is directed by Spike Jordan and is a narrative musical of empowering black people with a message of unity. Standout visuals from video includes New York City as the backdrop with cameos by designers Dapper Dan and Pyer Moss’ Kerby Jean-Raymond. The song and album’s producer, Hit-Boy also makes an appearance.
After dropping his Nasir album back in 2018, Nas comes back strong with the 13-track LP “King’s Disease.” The New York emcee recruited producer Hit-Boy to helm the production of the album entirely which features guest appearances by Don Toliver and Big Sean on the track “Replace Me,” Charlie Wilson on “Car #85,” Lil Durk on “Til The War Is Won,” Anderson .Paak on “All Bad,” Brucie B. on “The Definition,” and Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg on the bonus track “Spicy.” Fans we’re also excited to see The Firm re-emerge for “Full Circle” which brought back Foxy Brown, AZ and Cormega.