- Nas and Jay-Z have unexpectedly collaborated in a new song that features on DJ Khaled's upcoming album Khaled Khaled
- The two US rappers worked together on a track titled Sorry Not Sorry and their fans can't wait to hear their verses
- DJ Khaled is expected to drop the new 13-track project, which also features Drake and many others, on Friday, 30 April
DJ Khaled dropped the tracklist for his new album Khaled Khaled recently and many people across the globe were surprised by one unexpected collaboration in the album.
Former arch-rivals Jay-Z and Nas have a joint together in the album titled Sorry Not Sorry. Hov and Nas seem to have put their egos aside and decided to work together on the highly-anticipated album, which is expected to drop on 30 April.
The 13-track project also features other hip-hop superstars such as Drake, Migos, Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, Megan Thee Stallion and many others.
Khaled dropped the two lead singles to the album, Greece and Popstar, featuring Drake a few months ago.
Twitter users have shared mixed reactions to the whole album and the Nas and Jay-Z collab. Check out some of their comments below:
"DJ Khaled's album is more like a Marvel Movie, you just can't wait..."
"I bet Nas has the best verse."
"I Love when Hov & Nas are on the same record: Huge fan of Black Republican & Success. Can't wait to hear them on this Khaled joint."
"I feel DJ Khaled don't get enough trophies that he deserve, he's next-level in everything, album covers, song picks, features, videos!!! Everything is always clean and perfect when you think about DJ Khaled."
"With H.E.R, Bryson Tiller, Jeremih, Posty and Nas in there. I'm good! Surprised not to see Chris Brown."
"That Nas & Jay Z anthem is gonna be big."
The two US rappers have dropped a couple of projects on the same day for almost their entire rap careers. Fans have come to know that when Nas drops a new song or album, Jigga will also drop on the same day or a day after. Nas was recently asked about Jay-Z's moves in a recent interview with The Breakfast Club.
He was asked if he thinks the Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker drops projects on his albums' release dates on purpose.
"I think that maybe there’s an energy that we both have where maybe we like to work around the same time... I think it's just synergy. Jay would know better than me."
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