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Default Hip-Hop's Eulogy By Nas



Nas is entitled to change his mind. So despite his new album being tabbed Hip Hop is Dead, itís a safe bet that Nasir Jones has more up his sleeve than just a provocative title. Since aligning with the Def Jam ship currently steered by Jay-Z, his once bitterest of rivals, the publicís take on the matter has been disparate. Opinions on the alliance range from delighted applause at two of Hip-Hopís elite unifying to cries of blasphemy, citing the move as mere propaganda.

No matter, because history has shown Nas will do whatever Nas wants to do. So before Hip-Hopís last rites are read, pay attention to the responses to AllHipHopís questions and scan in between the lines for the answers.

AllHipHop.com: Brother Nas, Hip-Hop is deadÖyou really think so?

Nas: [Nodding head] Itís been dead.

AllHipHop.com: That being said, how do you bring it back?

Nas: You donít. F**k Hip-Hop.

AllHipHop.com: Any moment or particular events that you think killed it?

Nas: There are a couple. It started dying a while ago, and I think everybody knew it. People accepted it. You accept change; I accept change. I thought that right now is a great time to take that title. Obviously, Iíve accepted the change as it changed, ya know, from when B.I.G. and ĎPac left to it not being a serious rap game anymore, to it being the download age, to whereÖchange is good. So Hip-Hop is dead, itís not a bad thing. Itís just the acknowledgement. The ones that take offense to it are the ones who didnít benefit from it, the ones who wanna make it better and the ones who know they killed it. They should have known itís dead. It didnít take me to see it.

AllHipHop.com: Itís interesting you say that but when I think Hip-Hop, besides rapping I also think graffiti and, DJing, breakdancing; thatís not dead?

Nas; Well itís not a moneymaking business to the point of billions in graffiti or DJing. Itís not the main concentration, itís almost looked at as corny by the kids today. I think those were the first two to go honestly. But there is a strong DJ culture, strong graffiti culture, that I respect and will always respect, that always will be the original elements of Hip-Hop. But, as far as the respect level from todayís kids, itís been gone. Me saying itís dead, theyíre like, ďOh, now youíre just realizing that?Ē [laughing] Theyíre like they donít want to hear about that. So itís really me just saying itís really done. Not just Hip-Hop. I think all music has been dead for a while. Especially R&B, especially Rock, they been gone.

AllHipHop.com: In one of your new songs you allude to Hip-Hop starting in the park but now itís just in the studio. So did Hip-Hop slow death start when it got put on wax?

Nas: Kinda. Once art becomes businessÖlike they said video kills the radio star. The unfortunate thing about it is when it gets in the hands of business, it turns into an industry. It becomes a different kind of animal, which is good if it can be controlled and maintained right. But the inevitable happens, and you lose it.

AllHipHop.com: So when the moneyís out of it you can tell whose real and whose not?

Nas: Right. Now weíre going to see. I think next year youíre gonna still have a bunch of people just hustling. And thatís cool, get your money. I want to see everybody get money. Thatís also why I say Hip-Hop is dead because a lot of the purist artistsóartists that are puristsóare struggling artists, and the ones who donít care are making the money. So itís like, once you realize this thing is over, temporarily I feel really, then you can go get yours [and] survive until the tables turn. But I think the hustlers are all about getting and hustling it. The ones who really love it, they will rise.

AllHipHop.com: Fans can tell whether an artist is really about their craft or in it for a quick buck.

Nas: Absolutely.

AllHipHop.com: So, that said, as the years have gone on and your catalog has grown fans have gotten past asking for another Illmatic and are just anticipating more Nas music for what it is. Is that a relief?

Nas: Umm, nah man. Iím off of me. I just do it Ďcause I love to do it. Nas being this and Nas being that, it is what it is. You can always try to push yourself the number one guy, [but] the people are going to be the ones to decide at the end of the day. So if all through your record youíre calling yourself number one, number one, thatís nice, but at the end of the day, the people will decide what they feel. Part of being an MC is trying to be the best, Iím always going to have that edge. Iím always going to have that kind of thinking. But, at the same time, itís not that kind of game right now - at least not for me, where Iím trying to do with it is somewhere new - especially after this record. This record I really just wanted to get over and done with. With the next one Iím planning on doing something totally different, left.

AllHipHop.com: How so?

Nas: With the last record, I did a track with my father [ďBridging the GapĒ] and I didnít know how to top that on this album. I kind of felt like it was too much to top. I kind of let it go. I said Let me just get in the studio and bang out joints that I like, and put it together, and thatís that.

AllHipHop.com: On Streetís Discipleís ďU.B.R (Unauthorized Biography of Rakim)Ē you said there was one of KRS-One coming, what happened?

Nas: [laughing] Yeah, Iím still trying to pull that off. If it donít make this happen, then it will make the next one.

AllHipHop.com: What made you use that ďIn-A-Gadda-DaVidaĒ sample again on ďHip Hop is DeadĒ?

Nas: When it come to this rap game, itís whatever. This time I wanted to do it with more of a Rock feel. I didnít plan to do it but when [Will.I.am] played it for me, I was like, ďF**k it.Ē I didnít know they would use that song in the The Departed movie, I didnít know at the time. The song was done by the time I found out the song made the movie. I knew people would be hearing ďThiefís ThemeĒ again that went to see that movie. But I like to keep it like that, like how producers use [The Honeydrippersí] ďImpeach The PresidentĒ over and over and over and [Melvin Blissí] ď[Synthetic] SubstitutionĒ over and over back in the Ď90s. So itís like, letís keep it Hip-Hop.

AllHipHop.com: Youíve worked with every producer of note, anyone particularly stand out?

Nas: I think Dr. Dre is real crazy. Kanye got that soul. His drum patterns are perfect for an MC, he got the crazy drum patterns. Of course Salaam Remi is just dusty. He keeps it dusty.

AllHipHop.com: Lately youíve been popping up on some crazy records like with The Game and Hi-Tek, was that on purpose or happenstance?


Nas: The Hi-Tek record was a song from my album that I didnít use, so I gave it to him. Game has been just somebody thatís justÖheís young and he wants it. I think 50 f**ked up byÖit was terrible business. It kind of shows you that he was just riding off of the sensationalism of the controversy behind 50 Cent rather than being a business man by letting him go. It really showed me that he wasnít thinking because that guy is a superstar. Game is just that n***a. Heís a nut job, but thatís what it is, everybody is crazy.

AllHipHop.com: Listening to The Game, heís got that hunger but heís a new jack. A lot of rappers with your experience have slacked so how do you sharp?


Nas: I try not to be too sharp because of the jealousy it breeds. My thing is about trying not to be sharp, trying not to be as lyrical, trying not to be as focused because I feel like Iím too far ahead. Not to sound funny like that, I just mean like if I go too far ahead, maybe people wonít like it, maybe itís me in my own head going somewhere else. My whole thing is about slowing it down, every time.

AllHipHop.com: How long you been easing the pace?

Nas: Iíd say after maybe my second albumÖ

AllHipHop.com: Some people do say It Was Written was ahead of its timeÖ

Nas: Thank you man. I think it was after that. I started to say ya know what, I donít want to be alone out here. I want to be with my other rap peers and rhyme at their speed and do what they do in they zone. It sounds f**king stupid butÖ[laughing] Iím serious. You donít want to be all the way all the way all the way out there and then next thing you knowÖ

Itís like what Jay does. Jay is so advanced with his flow and his thinking he gives it to you straight up like that and people get jealous and they get mad at what heís doing. And I see it. And I go, You doing it, n***a, but you know they going to copy you and hate you at the same time. I donít need that.

AllHipHop.com: ďBlack RepublicanĒ is out there, what was it like putting the song together?

Nas: That was cool man. It was like weíre partying in the studio, we just went in there and did it. We know we want to do something that was really crazy, but we just did that and plan to do some other joints.

AllHipHop.com: You start your verse saying ďI feel like a Black militantÖĒ why did you take it there?

Nas: Thatís where it is with me. Iíve always been a different kind of thing that what everyone else is doing. Weíre all different.

http://www.allhiphop.com/features/?ID=1627
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AllHipHop.com: In 2002 you told AllHipHop ďI want to build bigger alliances throughout Hip-Hop. It's time for unity among the whole Hip-Hop world.Ē Sounds like aligning with Def Jam was always in the cards.

Nas: Absolutely. This is New York. This is the house that Russell Simmons built. This is a house where you got Jay-Z as a president. You got LA Reid as a chairman. Itís the black oasis. You canít have that without Nas. The timing, the stars are aligned, everything will be right.

AllHipHop.com: Earlier this year, there were artists on Def Jam expressing dissatisfaction with how their project were handles, at any moment did you get nervous with regards to your situation?

Nas: If you look at the history of Def Jam or any record company thereís been ups and down. I think thereís been more focus on the downs now [because] it is a black oasis right here, where there are rappers running the show. Where, if it was a lot of non-rappers running the show, you wouldnít hear about the situations as much. I think itís a time in the business where everythingís changed. A lot of us are caught in a business where thereís only been one or two platinum rap albums this whole year, so far, so weíre all going through something. Not just rappers, the whole music industry is going through a complete change with [low] record sales and downloading.

I donít know these artistsí personal situations. I know with mine, I was supposed to drop my record in September or I lead with a single to give this record company enough time to get behind my record. So I canít blame anybody for my record coming out the end of the year but me. Itís just how I move. Thereís no, ďOh, put it out now.Ē It was like, ďYo whatís up with September?Ē Iím like, ďNah, it ainít ready.Ē Then I wanted Halloween with a Thriller kind of video for ďHip Hop is DeadĒ, then I didnít want to do ďHip Hop is DeadĒ so I missed Halloween. Then I decided November 7th, I didnít want to do that either. I kept wanting to change the theme of my album because of the title. So I knew when Jay was coming, our plan was to come at least a month apart. So this is why my joint is coming December 19th. As for other artists up here, I donít know their situations, how their records are done, or how they maneuver, or anything like that. This is my first release on Def Jam, so weíll see how it goes.

AllHipHop.com: A lot of artists in your category are starting to go the indie route, is that something your considering?

Nas: I think we have no choice but to do that. You donít always want the pressures of a major distributor behind you. You want to be able to see what it feels like to do it on your own. I think every artist in the game would want to feel like what it feels like to do it independently, at least once if anything.

AllHipHop.com: Carmenís book is kind of explicit, what did you think of it?

Nas: I mean she told me a while ago what she was doing. So a while ago I was like, ďYa know what this means? Ya know what you saying? You got a kid, ya know.Ē I canít honestly remember all her answers. Her answers were just all about, ďThis is what Iím doing, and this is why Iím doing it.Ē I donít know what it is; I donít want to read it. Some people read it and tell me certain things about it, but it doesnít really surprise me. In this game, ya moms can come out and write a rhyme about you. It is what it is, what can you do? People are going to write books. I hope itís a best seller. I hope she can buy twelve Bentleys off of it. Get out of my pockets and do her thing. I donít respect when people jump out of their shirt; lose their shirt to cause controversy and stuff like that. Thatís a different world. Iím staying out of it.

AllHipHop.com: What kind of damage control are you taking being that your daughter might know whatís going on?


Nas: We donít even have to. Her world is sheltered from it thank God. Her mom says she canít read her book until she becomes an adult. Sheís not allowed to look at any of the stuff. She listens to Z100 by choice, not by force. Actually, she told me if I wanted kids to hear my records, they gotta be played on Z100. I said I donít even think I want urban kids up on my s**t that much anymore, let alone Z100. My records, I put them out there and wherever they go, they go. If alternative radio says, ďNas we want to rock ĎHip Hop is Deadí Ďcause of the sample or cause of the Rock vibe and what the song said,Ē then yeah, letís do it. If HOT97 wantís to go, ďYeah, letís go.Ē Other than that, I exist in the middle. Iím between the keys in the piano. Iím not competing with Puffyís single, Iím not competing with Jay-Zís single or 50; Iím not doing what they do on this album. My daughter is cool. Sheís not caught up, she doesnít even know half of the s**t thatís going on. Sheís still confused about me and Tupac, thatís honestly her favorite rapper. All this other stuff to her is make believe.

AllHipHop.com: Have you ever considered putting your life and times in a biography?

Nas: Yeah, definitely, because I read autobiographies a lot. I got Gordon Parksí book and his story is insane. Itís some ill s**t, all the s**t he filmed and all the s**t he brought to the light in America. I definitely would. I like Cool Jís book, I like Miles Davisí book, Richard Pryorís book, I love Ava Gardner, all these people. Itís good to see the behind the scenes, so I definitely thought about it.

AllHipHop.com: Are ďThe NĒ and ďBlood DiamondsĒ going to be on the album?

Nas: ďBlood DiamondsĒ is for the Blood Diamond movie, itís called ďShineĒ. ďThe NĒ, we leaked, and weíre sequencing the record this week so I donít know right now if thatís on the album or not. We put it out there. Like this record company and I, we are totally different. The way they do things, the way I do things are totally different. Theyíre getting to know me and getting to see how I do things is not so calculated, itís not as Hollywood. I go off of feelings. If I feel it, ďYeah.Ē If I donít feel it, ďNah.Ē Iíll have my cousin do my photo shoot. Iíll direct my video on this one if I donít get none of these guys. I donít do as much promotion and marketing as their artists do. I never had to. I trust the people more than I trust millions and millions on marketing. Sometimes I need it. But most of the times, I donít, which is a great [position] for me to be in, other than other artists. You have a Lloyd Banks bragging about record sales last year, but then donít sell records this year, it just shows you, you shouldnít base your s**t off of what your last album did. This is a funny business. Fans, they turn, so you just gotta do what you like to do and try to grow.

AllHipHop.com: Is Columbia involved at all?

Nas: As much as I would let them be. The fact of the matter is I made this happen because of the unity side of it. The paper side of it, what I could make happen. Other than that, itís a Def Jam movement. But I still got catalog with Sony. This new album was supposed to be on Sony, but I fixed it so it would be both labels facilitating this movement right here. But itís really all about Def Jam.

http://www.allhiphop.com/features/?ID=1626
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AllHipHop.com: In 2002 you told AllHipHop ďI want to build bigger alliances throughout Hip-Hop. It's time for unity among the whole Hip-Hop world.Ē Sounds like aligning with Def Jam was always in the cards.

Nas: Absolutely. This is New York. This is the house that Russell Simmons built. This is a house where you got Jay-Z as a president. You got LA Reid as a chairman. Itís the black oasis. You canít have that without Nas. The timing, the stars are aligned, everything will be right.

AllHipHop.com: Earlier this year, there were artists on Def Jam expressing dissatisfaction with how their project were handles, at any moment did you get nervous with regards to your situation?

Nas: If you look at the history of Def Jam or any record company thereís been ups and down. I think thereís been more focus on the downs now [because] it is a black oasis right here, where there are rappers running the show. Where, if it was a lot of non-rappers running the show, you wouldnít hear about the situations as much. I think itís a time in the business where everythingís changed. A lot of us are caught in a business where thereís only been one or two platinum rap albums this whole year, so far, so weíre all going through something. Not just rappers, the whole music industry is going through a complete change with [low] record sales and downloading.

I donít know these artistsí personal situations. I know with mine, I was supposed to drop my record in September or I lead with a single to give this record company enough time to get behind my record. So I canít blame anybody for my record coming out the end of the year but me. Itís just how I move. Thereís no, ďOh, put it out now.Ē It was like, ďYo whatís up with September?Ē Iím like, ďNah, it ainít ready.Ē Then I wanted Halloween with a Thriller kind of video for ďHip Hop is DeadĒ, then I didnít want to do ďHip Hop is DeadĒ so I missed Halloween. Then I decided November 7th, I didnít want to do that either. I kept wanting to change the theme of my album because of the title. So I knew when Jay was coming, our plan was to come at least a month apart. So this is why my joint is coming December 19th. As for other artists up here, I donít know their situations, how their records are done, or how they maneuver, or anything like that. This is my first release on Def Jam, so weíll see how it goes.

AllHipHop.com: A lot of artists in your category are starting to go the indie route, is that something your considering?

Nas: I think we have no choice but to do that. You donít always want the pressures of a major distributor behind you. You want to be able to see what it feels like to do it on your own. I think every artist in the game would want to feel like what it feels like to do it independently, at least once if anything.

AllHipHop.com: Carmenís book is kind of explicit, what did you think of it?

Nas: I mean she told me a while ago what she was doing. So a while ago I was like, ďYa know what this means? Ya know what you saying? You got a kid, ya know.Ē I canít honestly remember all her answers. Her answers were just all about, ďThis is what Iím doing, and this is why Iím doing it.Ē I donít know what it is; I donít want to read it. Some people read it and tell me certain things about it, but it doesnít really surprise me. In this game, ya moms can come out and write a rhyme about you. It is what it is, what can you do? People are going to write books. I hope itís a best seller. I hope she can buy twelve Bentleys off of it. Get out of my pockets and do her thing. I donít respect when people jump out of their shirt; lose their shirt to cause controversy and stuff like that. Thatís a different world. Iím staying out of it.

AllHipHop.com: What kind of damage control are you taking being that your daughter might know whatís going on?


Nas: We donít even have to. Her world is sheltered from it thank God. Her mom says she canít read her book until she becomes an adult. Sheís not allowed to look at any of the stuff. She listens to Z100 by choice, not by force. Actually, she told me if I wanted kids to hear my records, they gotta be played on Z100. I said I donít even think I want urban kids up on my s**t that much anymore, let alone Z100. My records, I put them out there and wherever they go, they go. If alternative radio says, ďNas we want to rock ĎHip Hop is Deadí Ďcause of the sample or cause of the Rock vibe and what the song said,Ē then yeah, letís do it. If HOT97 wantís to go, ďYeah, letís go.Ē Other than that, I exist in the middle. Iím between the keys in the piano. Iím not competing with Puffyís single, Iím not competing with Jay-Zís single or 50; Iím not doing what they do on this album. My daughter is cool. Sheís not caught up, she doesnít even know half of the s**t thatís going on. Sheís still confused about me and Tupac, thatís honestly her favorite rapper. All this other stuff to her is make believe.

AllHipHop.com: Have you ever considered putting your life and times in a biography?

Nas: Yeah, definitely, because I read autobiographies a lot. I got Gordon Parksí book and his story is insane. Itís some ill s**t, all the s**t he filmed and all the s**t he brought to the light in America. I definitely would. I like Cool Jís book, I like Miles Davisí book, Richard Pryorís book, I love Ava Gardner, all these people. Itís good to see the behind the scenes, so I definitely thought about it.

AllHipHop.com: Are ďThe NĒ and ďBlood DiamondsĒ going to be on the album?

Nas: ďBlood DiamondsĒ is for the Blood Diamond movie, itís called ďShineĒ. ďThe NĒ, we leaked, and weíre sequencing the record this week so I donít know right now if thatís on the album or not. We put it out there. Like this record company and I, we are totally different. The way they do things, the way I do things are totally different. Theyíre getting to know me and getting to see how I do things is not so calculated, itís not as Hollywood. I go off of feelings. If I feel it, ďYeah.Ē If I donít feel it, ďNah.Ē Iíll have my cousin do my photo shoot. Iíll direct my video on this one if I donít get none of these guys. I donít do as much promotion and marketing as their artists do. I never had to. I trust the people more than I trust millions and millions on marketing. Sometimes I need it. But most of the times, I donít, which is a great [position] for me to be in, other than other artists. You have a Lloyd Banks bragging about record sales last year, but then donít sell records this year, it just shows you, you shouldnít base your s**t off of what your last album did. This is a funny business. Fans, they turn, so you just gotta do what you like to do and try to grow.

AllHipHop.com: Is Columbia involved at all?

Nas: As much as I would let them be. The fact of the matter is I made this happen because of the unity side of it. The paper side of it, what I could make happen. Other than that, itís a Def Jam movement. But I still got catalog with Sony. This new album was supposed to be on Sony, but I fixed it so it would be both labels facilitating this movement right here. But itís really all about Def Jam.

http://www.allhiphop.com/features/?ID=1626
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ha ha Ludacris has a pair on him doesn't he? At the BET awards he wore a shirt that said HIP HOP AINT DEAD.....IT LIVES IN THE SOUTH

Personally I think southern rap today put the nails in the coffin, but gotta acknowledge the nuts it took to blatantly make such a statement. And who says he's all commercial.......
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Hip hop isn't dead. If it was, there wouldn't be any platinum artists anymore. That's just Nas trying to get some pub before his album dropped... And if he thinks hip hop is dead, why did he wait so damn long to release a new album? If you're gonna say some stuff like that and just sit their on your @ss while all these other guys are putting out new albums, how can u even talk? Bet money whenever 50's next album drops, he out sells Nas/Jay.
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Hip hop isn't dead. If it was, there wouldn't be any platinum artists anymore. That's just Nas trying to get some pub before his album dropped... And if he thinks hip hop is dead, why did he wait so damn long to release a new album? If you're gonna say some stuff like that and just sit their on your @ss while all these other guys are putting out new albums, how can u even talk? Bet money whenever 50's next album drops, he out sells Nas/Jay.


Listen, shut the **** up. 50 cent is ****. 50 cent isn't anywhere near Nas' level, so please don't use them in the same sentence again.
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Listen, shut the **** up. 50 cent is ****. 50 cent isn't anywhere near Nas' level, so please don't use them in the same sentence again.

Get back to me when Nas gets a producer that can make him some beats... All of Nas' songs sound the same. Same ole boring mid-90's beat...

In related news, 50 and Nas are both better than the Wu Tang Clan...
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Get back to me when Nas gets a producer that can make him some beats... All of Nas' songs sound the same. Same ole boring mid-90's beat...

In related news, 50 and Nas are both better than the Wu Tang Clan...


All 9 members of the Wu are better than 50.
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Did somebody just put 50cent in the same category as Nas & Wu Tang?
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LOL @ Nas's attempt to make a little noise before his album dropped
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