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I think I’m in love with the chick that looks like she was on the TV show 7th Heaven with the bunny ears 😦 I love Nas’s music and he is my favorite as far as mc’s in hip hop but he is a horrible live performer for the most part.He did step up for One Mic (crazy nice) but 😦 thank god for The Marley’s and the band.
As We Enter
Tribes At War
Nas Is Like
If I Ruled The World
Made You Look
Welcome To Jamrock
Road To Zion
Could This Be love (Bob Marley Cover)
Coachella 2011: Nas and Damien Marley make a smokin’ tag team
By Nate Jackson Of The LA Times
Commanding a sea of clenched fists, flailing rasta flags and plumes of pine-scented smoke, Nas and Damien Marley held a captive audience tightly in their grasp by the time sound check was over. But what songs to choose?True, sticking prized nuggets from their 2011 joint album (sorry, couldn’t help it) “Distant Relatives” would’ve been wise from a marketing perspective. But in the early stages of a blooming pink sunset, they determined that sticking to their respective hits was the strategy to bring the house down.
Nas was first to tag in with the spin-inhibiting Whodini sample of “Friends” at the heart of his hip-hop hit “If I Ruled the World.” In the hyper idealistic vibes of Coachella culture, the 1996 classic — sans Lauryn Hill, unfortunately — ignited a wave of chorus chanting and doobie passing. With the crowd hyped, Marley, son of reggae singer Bob Marley, was quick to tag in with the preeminent keyboard line of “Exodus.” The hip-swiveling audience worked nonstop as the pair traded shot for shot for most of the set. “Could You Be Loved,” Marley’s second, er, Marley cover was followed right up with Nas’ big beat rendition of “Made You Look.” ReadMore Here…