Nas, Drake & Pharrell Link for BET’s Haiti Benefit

A slew of hip-hop’s biggest stars will be uniting this week for SOS: Saving Ourselves: Help for Haiti, a live TV special aimed at raising money for the earthquake stricken nation.

Set to air this Friday, February 5, the show will be hosted by Diddy, Pharrell Williams and Queen Latifah. The star-studded event will feature performances by Nas, Drake, Mary J. Blige, Ludacris, Akon, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes and a special tribute by Wyclef Jean. Proceeds will go to Clef’s Yele Hait Foundation, CARE, Project Mediashare and Childrens Safe Drinking Water.

SOS is scheduled to air on Friday at 8 p.m. EST on BET. Fans in the Los Angeles area can purchase tickets to the benefit on ticketmaster.com. —Elan Mancini

  • AZ40

    Lil wayne tryin’ to get that work in before goin’ to jail and gettin’ worked over

  • jtm

    nas would never do a song with drake

  • Nice

    nas would definitly do a song with drake, he describe drake as “fresh water on dry land” get your facts straight

  • The Vinsanity

    Glad to see Nas active.

  • KG

    What the hell does Lil Wayne have to do with this?

  • E-Man

    “What the hell does Lil Wayne have to do with this?”
    what the hell do you have to do with this lol

    everybody wants to help

  • gaddic

    Nas would only collab with Drake to improve his low album sales
    Face it he needs the exposure
    If a poppy sounding artist is getting the limelight even if he’s mediocre at best collaboration by an elder in the game could only do good

    Look at Em with TI Lil Wayne and now Drake

    It’s a cool easy way to link with little young idiots who support this low substance rap music to be relevant

    Look at jay half of BP3 has young upcoming “Hot” artists on it
    Since his return from retirement His collaborations with the slew of young new commercial artists has skyrocketed!!!

    Reharding Nas
    Just no overkill
    we would just skip the collab (with any o f these type of mediocre rappers)on the album and enjoy the rest of his lyrically skilled tracks

    stop hating on God’s Son for that move