The music video for “30,” a song from the critically acclaimed King’s Disease III album by Grammy-winning rap legend Nas, has just been released.
The Queens, New York-based emcee gets bossed around while he raps in a huge, darkened area with barely a sliver of light peeping through, as shown in the epic video directed by Sarah McColgan.
The monochromatic video cuts between Nas controlling the scene from the middle floor and his gang arriving in ski masks.
The 49-year-old is shown as being larger than life as he spits while perched on a mountain while donning a fur coat, sunglasses, and an iced-out Queensboro neckpiece.
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“Superhero material, rap star status/ Premier album still might happen/ I wonder why Pete Rock would act like that/ That type of behavior make me give rap right back (30)/ And now I can’t tell if all the good that I did’s being hid with they agenda again, ni**a/ I know that y’all prayin’ I go back to nothin’/ We in the future, let’s get past the frontin’/ Let’s get money.”
Watch and enjoy the video below: