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Fried Chicken - Nas - Untitled (CD, Album)

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  1. Shashicage says:
    Nov 27,  · Category Music; Song Fried Chicken (Album Version (Explicit)) Artist Nas; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of NAS / SONY); Kobalt Music Publishing, UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE.
  2. Gogami says:
    The untitled album initially was called N****r, for it presents a deep study of the term from the point of view of sociology, history and jurisdiction. Nas is thankful to such producers as Polow da Don, DJ Green Lantern, DJ Toomp, Stargate, Cool & Dre, The Game, Mark Ronson and some others for .
  3. Dukasa says:
    Jan 01,  · Even when Nas is at his most bizarre, he manages to find new ways to analyze the African-American experience. Witness him talking to his KFC dinner on the snappy Mark Ronson production “Fried Chicken,” or taking on the point of view of a cockroach on “Project Roach.” Musically, the best songs benefit from a bit of restraint.
  4. Voodoobar says:
    Untitled. Fried Chicken (featuring Busta Rhymes) Project Roach (featuring The Last Poets) Y'all My Niggas. We're Not Alone (featuring Mykel) Black President. Show all. Nas’ ninth album. Release date: July 15, Stream. Spotify. Download. .
  5. Shalkis says:
    Untitled. Nas. 15 tracks. Released in Hip Hop. Tracklist.
  6. Gozragore says:
    Watch the video for Fried Chicken from Nas's [untitled] for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Kigashicage says:
    Jul 19,  · In personifying the southern kitchen staple, Nas and Busta cook up arguably the best cut off Untitled. On an album dictated by political finger pointing, “Fried Chicken,” is a welcomed escape.
  8. Mekus says:
    Feb 26,  · This album is the greatest Nas record yet. The album tells a steady tale about the race war that America loves to propagate. There is a high energy about this album regarding the original title being an epithet and the question if because of that, this album would ever be released. But there is an energy regarding “Nas” that just could not allow this album to sit on the shelf/5().

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