It took almost 20 years for Nas and No I.D. to work together, but their collaboration was definitely worth the wait. They first worked together on Common’s “Ghetto Dreams” off of last year’s The Dreamer/The Believer. Soon after, reports surfaced that No I.D. would be extensively working with Nas on his Life Is Good
LP. He split the bulk of the production with Salaam Remi—crafting five out of 14 tracks, including the disc’s third single, “Daughters.” The long overdue pairing didn’t yield Top 40 hits, but it gave Nas tracks worthy of his super lyricism.
Released Tracks: :
Album Appearances (1pt):
1 = 1 pt
Officially Released Singles (2pts):
1 = 2 pts
Grammy Nominations (3pts):
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