Tracks tagged as "Nature" may come either from the podcast by the scientific journal, from the American artist Jermaine Baxter, the Swedish blues rock band or the 90's alt-rock band. 1) Nature is the artist tag used to label the nature podcast, from nature magazine, one of the leading scientific journals. It is an up to date look at current research news from this and other journals. 2) Jermaine Baxter, known by fans as Nature, went to school with rapper Nasir "Nas" Jones. In fact, it was Nas who first took notice of Baxter's strong rhyming style, a style that seemed to come to the young hip-hop artist effortlessly. Nature skipped the normal course of demo tapes and moved ahead to intros on recordings for other artists. The 1997 group the Firm was his next step to fame. Other members of this East Coast hardcore rap crew were AZ, Foxy Brown, and friend Nas. The foursome recorded an album, titled The Album, which quickly climbed to platinum and brought the guys plenty of attention. In 2000, three long years after stepping away from the Firm crew, Nature at last finished a solo album, For All Seasons. It was recorded under the major Columbia Records label. Urban-life reality tracks like "We Ain't Friends," "Young Love," "Nature Shine," and "The Ultimate High" fill this 13-track first offering. The album carries explicit lyrics, but there is an edited version for younger fans. 3) The Swedish band Nature existed in the 1970s, featuring Mats Ronander and releasing two full-length albums and two singles. The were backing band for Ulf Lundell in 1976. 4) Nature, a band on Zoo Entertainment's label comprised of Brian Threatt(vocals, guitar), Hugh Bonar(bass), Andrew Parsons(lead guitar) and Brendan Etter(drums).