Beats, Rhymes, Life

No matter what happens, no matter how many times he makes an “Oochie Wally” or an I Am . . ., New Yorkers will always love Nas, in part because there’s always a “Thief’s Theme” or a Stillmatic hiding right around the corner. His latest return to form, the summer hit Life Is Good, featured the city’s rapper laureate spitting over Salaam Remi and No I.D.–produced boom-bap, and launched a song about worrying over your daughter into Hot 97 rotation. Tonight, he comes to 92Y to discuss (with Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis) his youth in Queens, his early days in the rap game, and the real-life daughter behind his latest hit.
Tue., Jan. 8, 8 p.m., 2013

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