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Nas shares star-studded visual for “Brunch On Sundays”

The track is taken from Nas’ recent album ‘King’s Disease II.’

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Last month, Nas blessed the world with his fourteenth studio LP King’s Disease II, which serves as his and Hit-Boy’s sequel to last year’s King’s Disease. As an expert in the game by now, Nas knows exactly how to keep the momentum going and he did so on his birthday (Sept. 14) when he officially unveiled a star-studded video for his “Brunch On Sundays” track from the project.

The new visual features cameos from A-listers and real-life friends like LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Swizz Beatz, Hit-Boy, and Lil Rel Howery as they enjoy a lavish brunch together at Catch LA. The blissful clip is directed by Omar Jones and executive produced by Peter Brittenbender and Annie Chen of Mass Appeal. “Brunch On Sundays” also includes some smooth ad-libs from rising star Blxst, who even gets a name drop during Nas’ opening bars:

Bottomless bellinis, afternoon sun, girls twerkin’ on the tables they jus’ havin’ fun/ Leave them girls alone, you the owner, what you on?/ Buckets of Dom P, how many you want? My n***a, he brought his son, got his dad’s face, we order crab cakes, table with mad plates

R&B playlist, I’m in Blxst space (Cheers)/ She told me ‘bout her last date, I had to laugh in her face, yo/ That’s brunch on Sundays, bring the hookah to the table she gon’ smoke until her lungs ache/

On the aforementioned King’s Disease II, fans can enjoy 15 tracks with additional features from Eminem, EPMD, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, YG, Lauryn Hill, Charlie Wilson, and Blxst. In addition to the new album, the Queensbridge icon also paired the “Rare” visual right with the official project release. The album finished its first week with 56,000 total album-equivalent units and landed at the No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

Be sure to press play on Nas’ new “Brunch on Sundays” music video featuring Blxst down below.

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