Video: Nas & Damian Marley are Distant Relatives (Trailer)

They documented the moments leading up to the announcement of this album as well as some candid shots of Nas and Damian Marley in the studio in this trailer for the upcoming release of the album, in which Oliver Stone (smoking a joint) makes an appearance, as well as K’Naan, Saul Williams and Busta Rhymes.

Related: Nas & Damian Marley Tour Dates | Distant Relatives Track List


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78 Responses to “Video: Nas & Damian Marley are Distant Relatives (Trailer)”

  1. Dewill Says:

    Landlord
    0 mins ago
    i still don’t understand this

    —–

    its simple… i never liked listening to MCs with southern accents… it just doesnt sound good to me… at all…

    ^^^
    So u don’t like Southern accents?? Damn Land so we couldn’t be cool if we met in person??[||] lol

  2. landlord Says:

    well, that’s that then. Man, that rules out a lot of great music for you…

    ———–

    im good… i have more great music than i need… and most of it aint even hiphop…

    if yall think great music is some destructive, self-hating, platinum toothed monkeys mostly rhyming about candy paint, grills and traps, to each his own …

  3. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    (Drake’s not being authentic of course but he’s a dam good actor)

    –Womp Drake is from Tennesse

  4. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    SMH at Nas saying he gonna release an album called N*****, dropping the name, and then releasing an album called Untitled with the first single called Hero ft. Keri Hilson. Kelis made him do a pop song and luckily now they divorced but he’s been on point with the new shit.

    ^^

    i’m not following the relationship between all this

  5. PW Says:

    KzA Says:
    March 31st, 2010 at 4:44 pm
    @PW
    ^

    My bad, wrong link

    alyssamonks.com/

  6. b-ease Says:

    KzA Says:

    March 31st, 2010 at 4:43 pm
    I was completely expecting a rebuttle from Fresh and B-ease.

    ^^
    lol, there was nothing really to respond to. I respect your position.

  7. Chris Cash Says:

    @ Land

    so YelaWolf doesnt have a Southern Accent? real question cuz Ive never heard him, but I thought he was from the south.

  8. Dewill Says:

    Mane…This Tony Yayo got me reminiscin on my goon days..

  9. hl Says:

    if yall think great music is some destructive, self-hating, platinum toothed monkeys mostly rhyming about candy paint, grills and traps, to each his own …

    SMH…

  10. landlord Says:

    So u don’t like Southern accents?? Damn Land so we couldn’t be cool if we met in person??[||] lol

    ———-

    let me again clarify, i dont like listening to songs where rappers rap with southern accents…

    on a personal level its not a problem at all … some of my best customers friends are bammas …

  11. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    Peace nah..clockin out.

  12. Dewill Says:

    Mane…This Tony Yayo got me reminiscin on my goon days..

    ^^^^
    And I’m definitely in a better space without it..

  13. NovemberEnd Says:

    Mane…This Tony Yayo got me reminiscin on my goon days..
    ^^^^^^^^
    new Marvin?…..

    link?….

  14. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin Says:

    if yall think great music is some destructive, self-hating, platinum toothed monkeys mostly rhyming about candy paint, grills and traps, to each his own …

    ^^^^^^^^
    if that aint the most stereotypical bullshit analyzation of southern rap then i dont know what is. True, thats what the MAINSTREAM southern rap mostly gives you, but thats not all we got 2 offer. A good example would be Scarface’s group, The Product. Album is called One Hunnid. Take a listen

  15. landlord Says:

    Chris Cash Says:

    March 31st, 2010 at 4:50 pm
    @ Land

    so YelaWolf doesnt have a Southern Accent? real question cuz Ive never heard him, but I thought he was from the south.

    ————-

    he’s white though…

    white rappers get a pass and get overrated for everything… you aint know?…

    and in reality, i dont like him as much as yall think… he’s just IMO the best white rapper right now…

    which makes him about top 30 overall …

  16. b-ease Says:

    Scarface’s group, The Product. Album is called One Hunnid. Take a listen

    ^^
    Very solid LP.

  17. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    Quiet as kept, I always felt like a black atheist was the saddest thing in the world to see

    ^^

    i resent this lol

  18. Chris Cash Says:

    which makes him about top 30 overall

    ^^^^^
    LOL overstood!

  19. b-ease Says:

    I haven’t had an Em album since probably the 2nd one, but i think he’s about to be back.

    ^^
    It’s possible, especially considering Just is doing a lot of the board work. We’ll see…

  20. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin Says:

    A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:
    March 31st, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    (Drake’s not being authentic of course but he’s a dam good actor)

    –Womp Drake is from Tennesse

    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    Shiiiit he paid great attention in English class cuz he talk mo proper than Richard Jefferson and Tim Duncan in a courtroom. But whoever said Yelawolf is the best white rapper, your wrong. That would be Drake

  21. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    KzA
    4 mins ago
    I was completely expecting a rebuttle from Fresh and B-ease. hm
    ^
    on the religion thing? Nah. I mean, live and let live, to each his own. Not that I don’t care about your spiritual well being, because I do, deeply. But I also realize that it’s something every man has to go through for himself, you know? And I used to read philosophers who either tried to prove or disprove God’s existence, from Descartes to Aquinas and everyone in between. And I came to understand that no one will ever be able to prove God’s existence, because God requires faith, but faith doesn’t always require “proof,” if that makes sense, although you do get some confirmation as you go along.

    It’s kind of like when you hear an incredibly dope album, and you’re talking to a friend that hasn’t heard it yet. And they’re like, naw, I don’t feel that kind of music off GP, I’m not trying to listen to it. But you know that if they would just hear it and give it a chance, it would rock their world and change their lives forever…change the way they saw music, make them happier in general, just make everything better from then on out. But if they don’t listen to it, it doesn’t make the album any less dope, it just means that you’ll be at a dope concert having a great time but just wishing your homie was there to see it, and feeling bad for him that he’s missing out on the experience.

  22. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    I’m much more in tune with Existentialism.

    My position is, if God does exist [which I don’t believe there is some supreme being] his existence is not my concern. Why sit and try to connect with something I don’t know and can’t fathom?

    I prefer to make connections with the people who are right in front of me. I like getting to know people from different walks of life. Its just like, i don’t have to ask “What would Jesus do?” when i can walk up and ask “What would YOU do?”

  23. Yours Truly Says:

    P!

  24. spirit equality Says:

    lol @ “what’s dementia?” then nas not giving a definition.

  25. Luismayne Says:

    That last Nas verse !!!!!! Son is on next level shit

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