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Nas’ Hip Hop Fellowship At Harvard

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NAS & MALCOLM CAMPBELL HENNESSY AD

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VIDEO: NAS IN NYC PERFORMING AT ‘HENNESSY’ EVENT

Video: Living The Life (A Special Nas Performance)

VIDEO: NAS & LAURYN KILL THE STAGE IN CHICAGO

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Nas surprised radio listeners last week when he praised his ex-wife Kelis as an amazing woman.

The ‘Daughters’ rapper went through a messy divorce from the Milkshake singer in 2009 and he was forced to pay a large sum of monthly child support for their son Knight. Nas recently released the artwork for his forthcoming album,Life Is Good, on which he can be seen holding Kelis’ green wedding dress.

Despite the seemingly bitter dig at his former spouse, Nas told Tim Westwood on his 1Xtrashow that he has moved on from the split.

“Money was never a thing. Money is money, it’s material. Love is real. Money isn’t,” Nas said in reference to the hefty child and spousal support he was forced to pay over.

“At the end of the day, that didn’t matter. It wasn’t like she came at me like that. The way it came out in public was like that. It just went wrong in a lot of areas.”

He even went on to give Kelis a shout out, adding: “Shout out to Kelis. She’s an amazing woman and that’s the mother of my child and she’s great and everything is good.”

Despite one failed marriage, Nas says he is open to walking down the aisle again if he finds the right person.

“I still will marry again. If I get hit by that love, I’ll still do it again. It’s just life. You live and learn and you grow,” he admitted.

Sounds like The Don has matured! Watch part of his interview with Tim below…

Videos and Photos: Jay-Z Live at Carnegie Hall

Rapper Jay-Z took the stage at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium February 6th and 7th for a concert benefiting United Way of New York City and the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation. It was an intimate gathering as the venue only held a maximum 2000 people and needless to say, every seat was filled BOTH nights. The seats had ticket prices ranging from $150 and $5,500 and VIP boxes starting at $15,000.
According to those in attendance, Jay-z’s hits kept the the well dressed and high heeled crowd on their feet in the midst of the marijuana aroma.  Hov performed old and new hits the whole night giving life to his guests.
The hip-hop mogul was accompanied by a 36-piece orchestra, his Roc Boy band, DJ(all donned black and white tuxedos) and surprise duets with the likes of; Alicia Keys, Nas or Kanye West. Before completing his lengthy set list,  Jay-Z had time to perform for the first time ever his dedication to his month-old baby, Blue Ivy, called ‘Glory‘. It was clear that  Jay-Z felt amazing doing this track live, and all the guests were moved by the rapper’s lyrics.

Set list:
PSA
Thank You
Heart of the City
Most Kings (freestyle)
You Don’t Know
New York State Of Mind / New York, New York / New York Is Killing Me
We Live In Brooklyn
Empire State of Mind (w/Alicia Keys)
N.Y. State of Mind (Nas)
If I Ruled The World (Nas/Alicia Keys)
Where I’m From
Run This Town
Roc Boys
Dirt Off Your Shoulder
I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)
On To The Kext One
Hard-Knock Life
H To The Izzo
99 Problems
Girls
Song Cry
Glory
Encore

What More Can I Say
Jigga My Nigga
Jigga What
Big Pimpin’
Young Forever

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