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I Am...


Download links and information about I Am... by Nas. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:04:45 minutes.

Artist: Nas
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:04:45
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No. Title Length
1. Album Intro 2:50
2. N.Y. State of Mind, Pt. II 3:36
3. Hate Me Now (feat. Puff Daddy) 4:44
4. Small World 4:45
5. Favor for a Favor (feat. Scarface) (featuring Scarface) 4:07
6. We Will Survive 5:00
7. Ghetto Prisoners 4:00
8. You Won't See Me Tonight (feat. Aaliyah) (featuring Aaliyah) 4:22
9. I Want to Talk to You 4:36
10. Dr. Knockboot 2:25
11. Life Is What You Make It (feat. DMX) (featuring DMX) 4:04
12. Big Things 3:39
13. Nas Is Like 3:57
14. K-I-Ss-I-N-G 4:15
15. Money Is My Bitch 4:02
16. Undying Love 4:23



In the five years since his debut album, Nas had grown from New York’s most visionary teenager into one of rap’s richest and most recognizable stars, and the struggle to maintain his superstar status without sacrificing his loyalty to the ghetto that created him had become more severe than ever. Originally designed as a double album, dozens of songs were discarded after being put online in one of the industry’s first major MP3 leaks. Rather than just wanting to be king of Queens, or king of New York, Nas now sounds like he wants nothing less than to be king of the world. Beats that were once smooth and stealthy have turned into the bombast of “Hate Me Now,” “Small World,” and “Big Things.” There are more pop concessions than ever before, and at times it’s hard to believe the man on “You Won’t See Me Tonight” and “K-I-S-S-I-N-G” is the same person who delivered Illmatic and It Was Written. Yet, no amount of label pressure or identity crisis could obscure Nas’ nimble mind. “Favor For A Favor,” “Nas is Like,” and “N.Y. State of Mind Part II” are all classics in the man’s catalogue, while the clumsy beats of “Money is My Bitch,” “Undying Love” and “Dr. Knockboot” disguise some of Nas’ most devastating lyricism.