The History Behind Nas’ Album Cover for ‘NASIR’



Just hours before unveiling his album, Nas shared the cover art for his new Kanye West-executive produced album NASIR. The picture, which shows a group of kids with their hands up, was featured in an article from 1988.

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20 thoughts on “The History Behind Nas’ Album Cover for ‘NASIR’

  1. Got love and respect for Nas but tbh i did not enjoy the album at all, Maybe it is just my bias but i personally found it to be slightly boring. I will give the credit where it is do and at least say thanks for sticking around man and keep up the drive and passion for your work Cheers to him.

  2. Shits still not on play music. Is it any good? Ye sucked, kids see ghosts was even whacker, pusha t record was hard tho and the seven track form factor is a welcome switch up in my opinion.

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