The label calls it self-titled, the artist calls it untitled, the fans call it the album that wasn't titled N.I.G.G.E.R.
iTunes - On his ninth studio album, the follow-up to Hip-Hop Is Dead, Nas turns his mission from saving hip-hop to saving humanity. Politics, national affairs, race and economics serve as incendiary talking points, with help from the Last Poets, Chris Brown, Mykel, The game, Busta Rhymes and Keri Hilson. On the lead-off single,"Hero," Nas straps the rap game to his back and carries it to safety. His parting words: "No matter what the CD called; I'm unbeatable y'all."
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