Nas Talks Candidly About his Hip-Hop Career

Nas opens up for many of his fans.


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Nas spoke candidly about several things including his long, fruitful career in Hip-Hop, at the 92nd St. Y in New York City with Rolling Stone writer, Anthony DeCurtis.

“The flaws, the mistakes I make – that’s the real me,” Jones, 39, said last week at the 92nd St. Y. “It’s not so polished. It’s not a hit.”

The recently Grammy-nominated artist discusses his problems with the IRS, being sued by a concert promoter, growing up in Queensbridge and also looking back on Amy Winehouse’s passing.

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