[Review] Nas’ Life is Good

Nas on his last 2 albums opted to play the humanitarian role and the socially conscience rapper discussing the injustices here and abroad. Life is Good features Nas taking us back to the streets of the NY, and the adult problems many of us deal with including a wild out of control child and a messy relationship. There’s so much on this album to cover so I did it in 3 minutes. Check it out below.

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~ by @WeekendGabe on July 20, 2012.

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