NAS drops new album ‘King’s Disease III’
King’s Disease 3 from Grammy Award-winning rapper-producer duo Nas and Hit-Boy has arrived.
Nas and Hit-Boy releases their highly anticipated album, King's Disease III
Nas returns with the third quarter of his King’s Disease series.
The Queensbridge legend began his King’s Disease series with Hit-Boy in 2020. That first album went on to win a GRAMMY for Best Rap Album, while its sequel, released just a year later, received a nomination in the same category.
Nas and Hit-Boy continued their collaborative streak in 2022 ─ King’s Disease III is out for streaming on Friday, November 11.
You can stream Nas’ King’s Disease III album below.
On third KD3 track “Thun,” Nas references his past conflict with JAY-Z, admitting he occasionally texts Hov joking about how their rivalry “ain’t over.”
“No beef or rivals, they playing ‘Ether’ on TIDAL / Brothers can do anything when they decide to / In a Range Rover, dissecting bars from ‘Takeover’ / Sometimes I text Hova like, ‘N-gga, this ain’t over,’ laughing,” he raps.
The two feuded in the early aughts with diss tracks “Takeover,” “Ether,” “Supa Ugly” and “Last Real N**** Alive” before calling a truce during Hov’s I Declare War Tour stop in New Jersey in 2005. The two have since been collaborators, most recently on DJ Khaled’s 2021 single “Sorry Not Sorry” with James Fauntleroy.