One of the most prolific emcees of all time, Nas, has always been one to speak his mind when it comes to what's going on in society. Whether through song, through open letter, or through a video, Nas has consistently been the voice of the hip-hop generation. Now, in the face of everything that's going on between New York and Ferguson, his voice is one that many want to hear; and of course he answers.
With scenes from Nas’ Time Is Illmatic documentary, the pride of Queensbridge spoke about Black history, race relations and why it's important to encourage the next generation to know about their heritage. Check out the video below:
Remon is a multi-media personality. He is the founder of The Urban Advocate, co-host of The Vincent Tucker Radio Show and videographer.