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Saturday, August 29, 2020

What If You Won The Chance To Meet And Greet With Nas?


Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you had the chance to meet and greet with Nas? What kind of question would you have for him? What type of reaction or vibe do you think you would have?

Fans Favorite and viewers of the Wrap-Up Magazine want to hear from you. What type of story and memory would you create about this topic?

Nas is an American rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur, and investor. The son of jazz musician Olu Dara, Nas has released twelve studio albums since 1994, with seven of them certified platinum and multi-platinum in the US.


Nas was involved in a highly publicized feud with Jay-Z, popularized by the diss track "Ether". Nas signed to Def Jam Recordings in 2006. In 2010, he released Distant Relatives, a collaboration album with Damian Marley, donating all royalties to charities active in Africa.

So how would you like you vision of meeting Nas to be? Comment your answers below.


7 comments:

  1. I’d be delighted and feel blessed to meet someone who has created music from the heart and has provided a soundtrack to many of our lives. I’d tell him that we have equally grown with him through out the years and albums as his growth is evident and beautiful to see. At the end of the day he’s as human as any one of us and I’d ask how he embodies the true meaning of life. How does he reach his highest self and besides the music what is one of way he has been awakened in life or been taught a life lesson from. Thank you Nas for your gift to us in the form of music.

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  3. Understanding what the message and historical accounts in his music mean to his audience, I would like tell him how much we appreciate his desire to keep us enlighten with him being a great example for future artists on how to move forward through other endeavors, along with maintaining poise when challenged by keeping it classy

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  4. From the MS Delta ... I turned 20 on the day NAS released his first album. It was different. As I progressed I my career as a historian, activist and commentator, I have seen some parallels and divergence in views. My conversation would be on the philosophical influences on his latest albums and the transitions thinkers make in their 40s to becoming the influencer ... Kings

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  5. I would be so geeked and I would.just enjoy the moment and ask him alot of questions .

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  6. It would be aight to meet and greet with nas his album is like a ongoing event to me the album cover looks like it was 83 degrees outside for the kid I would want to fit in I don't have the extravagant chain I had in the past lost in oregon but to wear a chain to make such videos as your just a page in my ryhme book to stunt with jadakiss and the polo grounds 155th questions would be hard to do I worked with a group called OLYMPX I DONT KNOW HOW NAS WOULD FEEL I WOULD REACT TO HIM LIKE THE ARTIST JAENOM IF HE WAS OPEN TO NEW PEOPLE

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  7. Nas is the only one that keeps going through these hard-times, Hussling, struggling,He motivates me with his ILL-MATIC-style. Only 1 and Nas is the ONE

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