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26 June, 2012@6:47 pm

July 17th, party people….

1. No Introduction (Produced by Justice League)
2. Loco-Motive feat. Large Professor (Produced by No I.D.)
3. A Queens Story (Produced by Salaam Remi)
4. Accident Murderers feat. Rick Ross (Produced by No I.D.)
5. Daughters (Produced by No I.D.)
6. Reach Out feat. Mary J. Blige (Produced by Salaam Remi, Rodney Jerkins, DJ Hot Day & Nas)
7. World’s An Addiction feat. Anthony Hamilton (Produced by Salaam Remi)
8. Summer On Smash feat. Miguel & Swizz Beatz (Produced by Swizz Beatz)
9. You Wouldn’t Understand feat. Victoria Monet (Produced by Buckwild)
10. Back When (Produced by No I.D.)
11. The Don (Produced by Salaam Remi, Heavy D & Da Internz)
12. Stay (Produced by No I.D.)
13. Cherry Wine feat. Amy Winehouse (Produced by Salaam Remi)
14. Bye Baby (Produced by Salaam Remi & 40)

Deluxe Edition
15. Nasty (Produced by Salaam Remi)
16. The Black Bond (Produced by Salaam Remi)
17. Roses (Produced by Al Shux)
18. Where’s The Love feat. Cocaine 80s (Produced by No I.D.)

iTunes Bonus
19. Trust (Produced by Boi 1da)

Japan Bonus
20. The Don (Don Dada Remix) (Produced by Salaam Remi & Heavy D)

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8 Responses to "Nas – “Life Is Good” (Cover Artwork + Tracklist)"
  • Hodges says:

    I’m with commanda. With these commercial albums (he is on Def Jam people) you can tell how wack it is by the featured “artists”. He knows he’ll never come close to Illmatic, so why try? Salaam Remi and No ID’s best production days are way behind them. These niggas is pushing 50. There is only so much exceptional art an artist can give the world, then their output is done. Nas started at the zenith, then started rapidly downhill after It Was Written. Some say at that point, but that album was just short of a classic IMO, seeing how he almost totally switched up production from Preemo and them to Trackmasters and it still had a street sound. His beat selections are awful and his flow and timing are sloppy compared to a flawless flow when he was a kid. It hurts to see the God try to keep up with the Joneses by releasing wack shit. He’ll never have a company or millions to blow like Puff or Jay, so stop ruining the legacy of Golden Era New York Hip-Hops Favorite Son.

  • darootsfan80 says:

    To build on what Dayz said…def would have been good to have the Illmatic producers on it, but even worse than them not being on it: Large Professor IS on it, but didn’t produce the beat for the track he’s on? What the *%$#? With that said, the tracks that I’ve heard so far have been solid…Nas actually sounds hungry again, and the production’s held up.

  • Teletran1 says:

    Damn… Large professor got played out again. LOL!!!

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