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In honor of the 20th anniversary of Nas’ debut classic, Illmatic, Columbia will be releasing a new reissue of the album, entitled Illmatic XX. The newly remastered collection will include two discs, including the original album, as well as a second disc of b-side tracks and remixes from the era, which are as follows:


1. I’m a Villain
2. The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show on WKCR October 28, 1993 (feat. *69, Jungle & Grand Wizard)
3. Halftime (Butcher Remix)
4. It Ain’t Hard to Tell (Remix)
5. One Love (LG Main Mix)
6. Life’s a Bitch (feat. AZ) [Arsenal Mix]
7. One Love (feat. Sadat X) [One L Main Mix]
8. The World Is Yours (Tip Mix)
9. It Ain’t Hard to Tell (The Stink Mix)
10. It Ain’t Hard to Tell (The Laidback Remix)


The set is now available for pre-order on iTunes, with an April 15th release date. Additionally, Nas will also release the documentary film, Time Is Illmatic, which will examine the album in depthly, and will embark on a tour in which he performs the album in its entirety at each date.


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4 Responses to "Nas Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of Debut LP With “Illmatic XX” Release"
  • DJ T-Storm says:

    1994 was a great (CLASSIC) year for Hip Hop. Don’t forget that 2014 will not only mark the 20th anniversary of Nas’ “Illmatic”, but Biggie’s “Ready To Die”, Gangstarr’s “Hard To Earn”, Jeru’s “The Sun Rises In The East”,Craig Mack’s “Flava In Ya Ear”, only to name a few.

  • The Man The myth says:

    Yeah Dj, there are so many classics from every coast that year. The West was flourishing with Snoop and Above the Law, Dangerous Crew, Heiroglyphics, Freestyle Fellowship to Pac. The south with Scarface, UGK, Big Mike, 8ball and MJG. Common was good back then. Then you had the albums you mentioned, plus the Wu solo albums. Too many classics from that year, all with different styles, and you could actually hear all of these different sounds and styles on rap city when that was in its prime. What the hell happenned?

  • Dnpmonk25 says:

    Just look at quality of the chumps on the news links updated today. What the hell happened is right!

  • The Man The myth says:

    I know ^^^ About the only thing worthwhile on the news section is the news on the reissue of Nas and Souls of Mischief. hahahaha

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