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Nas' Career Retrospective Album Comes in November

October 11, 2007 (9:50 am) GMT
Rapper Nas will release a 'Greatest Hits' album this November, including new songs from 'Rush Hour 3' soundtracks.

13 years after his debut album '' was released in 1994, rapper is delivering his greatest hits. Within in the retrospective album are 12 tracks taken from 'Illmatic' up to 2004's '', including his claim to fame single 'One Love'.

The album will be topped with two fresh materials 'Surviving the Times' and Less Than an Hour' that were both utilized in '' soundtrack. The 'Greatest Hits' will be available in stores and online on Tuesday, November 6.

Meanwhile, the rapper that has just released 'Hip Hop Is Dead' last year is slated to headline Sneaker Pimps stage this year with Slick Rick, and Jeru the Damaja. The show will take place in New York on Friday, October 12 at 8 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are sold for $25 while on-the-door ones will cost $30.

Tracklisting of Nas' 'Greatest Hits':

  1. "Surviving the Times"
  2. "Less Than an Hour" (featuring )
  3. "It Ain't Hard To Tell"
  4. "Life's A Bitch" (featuring AZ)
  5. "N.Y. State Of Mind"
  6. "One Love"
  7. "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)" (featuring )
  8. "Street Dreams"
  9. "Hate Me Now" (featuring )
  10. "One Mic"
  11. "Got Ur Self A..."
  12. "Made You Look"
  13. "I Can"
  14. "Bridging The Gap" (featuring Olu Dara)

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