Illmatic: The Greatest Rap Album Ever

Nas released his debut album Illmatic on April 19, 1994 and it changed hip hop forever. I take a look at Nas’s early life in Queensbridge and explore the process behind his masterpiece.

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The Genesis, NY State of Mind, Halftime, It Ain’t Hard to Tell, One Love, The World is Yours, Represent, Memory Lane (Sittin’ in da Park) by Nas
Victory Lap Danger Zone by Post Animal
Rapper’s Delight by Sugar Hill Gang
Live at the Barbeque by Main Source

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Jordon Sample says:


7WatersDeep says:

Awesome video once again. Love these pieces you make on artists. Keep it up!

Jaya Mehmi says:

love what you’re doing with your passion and appreciation of history music and culture <3

erice says:

i think the production is what makes the record a classic

Kobe Bryant says:

Love the vids

This Is My Name says:

What a treat it was to come out of the shower and find this waiting for me in my sub box.

michał kowalczyk says:

Maan, your videos are fucking awesome. I hope you get some recognition soon.

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Roger Vee says:

NAS truly is the goat. I thought his project with Kanye was a great modern comeback too.

Antonio Valadez says:

in search did more for me than illmatic that’s when i realized we aint cut from the same fabric

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