Nas – Magic 3 Album Marks His Epic Exit with Hit-Boy

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Ever since joining forces in 2020, Nas and Hit-Boy have proven to be an unstoppable duo. Their collaboration has been a game-changer, resulting in incredible music that continues to captivate audiences worldwide. The chemistry between Nas and Hit-Boy is undeniable, creating a synergy that elevates their work to new heights. Together, they have set the industry ablaze with their talent and innovation, leaving fans eagerly awaiting what they will conquer next. Their collaboration has been nothing short of legendary. However, after the much-anticipated release of Magic 3 later this week, the duo will gracefully conclude their partnership and retire it. It’s safe to say that they will leave behind an indelible mark on the music industry, forever remembered for their groundbreaking work.

Nas - Magic 3 Album Marks His Epic Exit with Hit-Boy

Nas – Magic 3 Album Produced by Hit-Boy Drops September 14th

The talented Queens MC recently announced that the highly anticipated third and final part of the Magic trilogy will be released on his birthday, September 14. This incredible release comes less than two months after the second installment, truly showcasing his dedication and ability to consistently deliver amazing music to his fans. Mark your calendars for this special day as we prepare to embark on another magical musical journey. This will signify the conclusion of his successful partnership with Hit-Boy, which catapulted him back into the mainstream Hip Hop scene for a second time in his remarkable career.

“I want to thank everyone for taking this ride with @hitboy & I,” Nas wrote on social media. “It’s been nothing short of Magical!”

The dynamic duo from opposite coasts has graced us with a total of six incredible albums over the span of just four years. Their musical prowess has resulted in not one, but two striking trilogies. And to top it all off, their dedication and talent were recognized with a well-deserved Grammy win for Best Rap Album in 2020, thanks to their monumental work on King’s Disease.

“He’s like my Quincy Jones, you know what I mean?” Nas said about Hit-Boy during a 2021 interview with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden. “So I feel like the next thing I do, if I was to work with Hit-Boy on the next thing I do, I think that we might do something that is going to be magical.”

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