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Nas Reveals Tracklist For ‘King’s Disease 2’ F. Lauryn Hill & Eminem

Nas Announces King’s Disease 2 release date

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Nas Reveals Tracklist For ‘King’s Disease 2’ F. Lauryn Hill & Eminem

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Nas Reveals Tracklist For ‘King’s Disease 2’ F. Lauryn Hill & Eminem

Nas’ 14th studio album “King’s Disease 2” arrives August 6.

Nas unveils the tracklist for King’s Disease 2.


Sequels for albums considered great/classics rarely live up to the high standards set by the OG version, but I’m getting positive vibes for King’s Disease 2.

The lineup is much better in terms of quality, and Nas, after winning his first ever Grammy Award has so much to brag about.

As we await the LP’s imminent arrival this Friday, Nas has unveiled the album’s official Tracklist.

“King’s Disease 2” includes 15-tracks and features guest appearances from Eminem, EPMD, YG, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Charlie Wilson, Blxst and Hit-Boy.

The biggest shock for me is Nas reuniting with his If I Rule The World collaborator for “Nobody.” Lauryn Hill has less interest in rhyming these days so it’s unsure if we’re getting a pre-released verse or a new one. Either way I’m excited.

The Eminem collaboration is also a big one. Check out the Tracklist below.


Escoba season has returned. A year after the release of his Grammy-winning album King’s Disease, Nas is prepping the sequel.

According to the announcement shared on his Instagram account King’s Disease II is set to arrive next month, August 6 via Mass Appeal records. In addition to revealing the release date he also shared the album’s cover art.

It’s not clear if Hit-Boy will be involved with the sequel yet but I hope he returns. “King’s Disease” won Nas his first ever Grammy at the 63rd Grammy awards, beating D Smoke’s Black Habits, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist’s Alfredo, Jay Electronica’s A Written Testimony and Royce 5’9”’s The Allegory.

Nas released his 13th studio album King’s Disease in 2020. Produced entirely by Hit-Boy, the album debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200 with 47,000 album-equivalent units, of which 28,000 were pure album sales.

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