Nas Says The ‘Realness’ In Hip Hop Is Dead

Nas is skeptical about the future of a music genre that has long brought hope to many people of color entrapped in the ghettos of America.

Many Hip Hop pioneers, including Nas, have argued the art form of Hip Hop has been lost to commercialism.

The realness of Hip Hop, the “Illmatic” rapper said, is dead.

“Today, it’s kinda lost. Integrity is lost,” Nas told Talk Stoop. “Its meaning is lost. Its love, which is why I made a ‘Hip Hop is Dead’ album.”

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