Kanye West Reveals Tracklist For Nas’ New Album

Source: PBS

Kanye West has unveiled the tracklist for Nas‘ forthcoming album.

The Ye rapper took to Twitter to unveil the titles for the seven songs: “Everything,” “Bonjour,” “Not For Radio,” “Adam & Eve,” “Simple Things,” “Cops,” and “I Can Explain.”

READ: Nas Struggles Through Las Vegas Performance, Quits After 10 Minutes

Not much else is known about the album except West is producing it and it comes out this Friday. The project, which is the Queensbridge rapper’s twelfth album, comes shortly after Kelis, his ex-wife, revealed that he mentally and physically abused her, which led to her divorcing him.

“It got to the point where if I wasn’t pregnant, I might have stayed with him,” she said. “I was pregnant and it was a mess and I felt like I wasn’t going to bring a child into this.”

She added that seeing the photo of Rihanna‘s face following her domestic dispute with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown in 2009 inspired her to walk away from the relationship.

“When the Rihanna and Chris Brown pictures came out I thought about coming out because I also had bruises all over my body. But I didn’t say anything because I’m private,” she said. “But seeing her the way she looked and then looking at myself… I felt embarrassed.”

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