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Video: Nas at BMI’s “How I Wrote That Song” Panel

Here’s some better footage of what Nas was saying at the BMI “How I Wrote That Song” panel at the House of Blues over the Grammy weekend. He speaks about why he wrote “Hate Me Now,” saying putting out Illmatic, he was successful with It Was Written but he felt some hate towards him. He also speaks to HipHopOfficial about the Damian Marley collaboration album as well as his plans to contribute to the Haiti relief efforts. He also explains how he used to not have to answer to anyone when he was writing those albums, but now that he has such a big following he has to watch what he says.

Previously: Nas & Common on Violent Rap Lyrics (Video)


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48 Responses to “Video: Nas at BMI’s “How I Wrote That Song” Panel”

  1. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    the God mc.

  2. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Lou has bars but his flow is god awful….well from all the shit I’ve heard from him anyway….well everybody got bars lol…that just tells you how crucial ones flow is…

  3. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Blueprint 2 (song) >>> Ether

  4. hl Says:

    well everybody got bars lol…that just tells you how crucial ones flow is…

    ^This

  5. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Damn, RIP Def Jux

    They released some classic joints…

  6. hl Says:

    Blueprint 2 (song) >>> Ether

    —–

    Oh behave? That song? Nah.

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    nas(daq) (dow)jones!

  8. NovemberEnd Says:

    Last night, Rae announced that his colloborative album with Ghostface Killah and Method Man has been renamed to Three, The Hard Way. Word is the LP will be released on Def Jam and led by the single “Our Dreams”. Now, what about that group name?
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    ? …just leave it at Wu Massacre

  9. Asparaghost Says:

    after them two leaks, I aint too hyped about him and Jr’s project.

    he should do another Green Lantern tape tho, I’d def check that out.

  10. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    As a non-rapper i think flow is the most important thing when spitting…

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Blueprint 2 (song)<<<

    just horrible.

  12. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    As a non-rapper i think flow is the most important thing when spitting…

    ^^^

    It is…after the beat…

  13. NovemberEnd Says:

    Blueprint 2 (song) >>> Ether
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Last Real Nigga Alive >>>> Blueprint 2 (song)

  14. Joe 88 Says:

    >>>well everybody got bars lol…that just tells you that’s how crucial ones flow is

    ^This, i’ve been telling niggas this for a while. I wish shit was like it use to be when it was only like 4 rappers every 7 blocks, now everyone raps, smh. I remember being the only nigga from my block that rap, now everybody run up on my like “yo, what you think of this?” (n)

    What I hate even more is these youtube rap niggas beefing with like 70 goons behind them talking bout the shoot up whole communities, then out of nowhere start rapping, smh

  15. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    kevfrescura de talco
    ^
    just because a nigga wear a cuffi it don’t mean that he bright

  16. hl Says:

    Lyrics without flow, presense, and personality is pretty much worthless. I can listen to someone with a good flow talk about some bullshit.

  17. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    “…know a bitch sniff a pyramid off a dollar bill…”

    Tragedy Khadafi >>

  18. NovemberEnd Says:

    As a non-rapper i think flow is the most important thing when spitting…
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    co-sign

    1.Flow
    2.Lyrics
    3.Production

  19. Asparaghost Says:

    Last Real Nigga Alive >>>> Blueprint 2 (song)

    ^

    pshhhhh…smh

  20. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Nah but for real the bars from BP2 (song) >>> Ether

    and that’s my final answer Regis.

  21. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    As a non-rapper i think flow is the most important thing when spitting…

    ^ flow is everything

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    As a non-rapper i think flow is the most important thing when spitting…

    ^It is. And like Rigz said, the beat is definently up there. The days of good lyrics and bad flows are over. I love cormega (n) but it’s hard for me to listen to his new album, the lyrics are tougher than ever, but his flow is just garbage, like nigga you been rapping for 37 years, how the fuck do you NOT have a flow?

  23. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    y-yo, yo Black Gangstaaa…!!!

    WHERE THEY AT, WHERE THEY AT..??!?!?!?

    QUEENSBRIDGE & IRAQ!!!!!

  24. hl Says:

    kevfrescura de talco
    ^
    just because a nigga wear a cuffi it don’t mean that he bright

    —–

    Last real Nigga Alive is way better than Blueprint 2. Jay admitted defeat and bitched about it. Case closed.

  25. Cypher Says:

    doesnt care about papoosen or his music

    btw anyone ever look up the meaning of papoose?
    he should put a pause after every word he says

  26. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    like nigga you been rapping for 37 years, how the fuck do you NOT have a flow?
    ^
    Like g7 said (is think) Mega has always been professional lyrics but amateur flow…

  27. Joe 88 Says:

    Still

    Cormega > Nasir

    *Waits for cOLD’s response*

    lol

  28. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Last Real Nigga Alive >>>> Blueprint 2 (song)

    ——-

    definitely, no question

  29. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Microchips in the celly, the game dont stop
    Tapping in your bank funds with the laptop

  30. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    anytime this nas vs Jay, ether vs super ugly topic pops up. Just remind yourself of the interview Jay did with Angie Martinez. It should end all debate.

  31. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Like g7 said (is think) Mega has always been professional lyrics but amateur flow…
    ^
    Edit- Like g7 said (i think) Mega has always had professional lyrics but amateur flow…

  32. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    like nigga you been rapping for 37 years, how the fuck do you NOT have a flow?
    ^
    Like g7 said (is think) Mega has always been professional lyrics but amateur flow…

    ^^^

    He found balance on The True Meaning…but he seems to have regressed since then…

  33. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    fuck that jorge!

    the whole premise of hovs song was cause he was bitter that he lost the battle by way of public approval. nigga was crying. i csan’t respect it.

    btw. i don’t wear a kufi. me being bright goes w/o sayin. i don’t snort chocolate like you homie.

  34. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=y169BY1J8EE

    ^ I’d like to bring into evidence the interview post ether.

  35. Shooter Says:

    Oh behave? That song? Nah.
    ^^^

    lol, ” I got my mojo back baby oh behave”

    what on earth was he thinking

  36. kufi-Smacks Says:

    Album “Rebirth” Expected To Sell 125-150k 1st Week According To Billboard…

  37. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I fucks with Charles Hamilton but he’s another guy that can polish his flow. He needs like a rap coach or something because a lot of the bars and concepts be on point but his delivery/flow needs some fine tuning at times…

  38. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    yo, Ice Pick…Arabic, Saudi Arabia
    My crew roll thick, grip shit like WrestleMania

  39. hl Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=y169BY1J8EE

    ^ I’d like to bring into evidence the interview post ether.

    ^ I’m saying tho.

  40. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    lol, ” I got my mojo back baby oh behave”

    what on earth was he thinking
    ^
    Yeah, I’m not gonna front like the song’s greatness isn’t hindered by the hook but the beat and bars make the hook irrelevant…

  41. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    fuck with your soul like ether…

    Listen to Angie say “what the fuck was that” after she put hovie on hold.

  42. Joe 88 Says:

    He found balance on The True Meaning…but he seems to have regressed since then

    ^That’s why the true meaning is his best album by far. It took me a while to come to that understanding, but it’s just the truth. One of the few 2nd albums i’ve ever heard from a artist where he totally progressed from his first album

    It’s like he grew up right infront of niggas (n) He was less aggy, bars was doper than ever, beat selection was crazy, and his song topics was ill

    Live ya life >

    The true meaning (the song) >

  43. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    we all know Nas won

    Jay Z bounced back [ll] nicely though, can’t front on that

  44. Cypher Says:

    lol but part about kids nas shoulda listened to.. lol

  45. SilkCityP Says:

    Bars don’t mean shit… its the end result that matters! How does an MC put the picture together to make a great song. Jay Z doesn’t construct songs nearly as well as Nas does!

  46. KingP Says:

    Lol what is nas talking about, the nastiest shit he’s said have been on his most recent albums. Illmatic was no good for his kids but Remember The Times was all good?

  47. Cypher Says:

    i mean look at half the rappers in the south..

  48. KingP Says:

    # Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    Last Real Nigga Alive >>>> Blueprint 2 (song)

    ——-

    definitely, no question

    ^^^

    No, no question at all.

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