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New York, NY –

Nas released his new album King’s Disease III along with Andre 3000 on the weekend.

Nas along with Hit-Boy celebrated the launch of their latest collaboration with a special event held in New York City on Friday (November 11) While both parties were having fun alongside Joey Bada$$ and other guests One of the notable guests at the event came from Andre 3000.

The legendary Outkast legend was captured in a picture with the energetic King’s Disease duo at the lavish release celebration.

Although the celebration was mostly about celebrating, Nas also took a moment to honor the late Migos singer Takeoff, who was killed and shot in Houston in the middle of October, and who’s funeral was held this the 11th of November (November 11) too.

“We’re trying to tell these people out here, man, we’re here for a purpose,” Nas declared. “We should not be defying one another over a bunch of bullshit. See these little brothers and be like , don’t shoot; don’t put your life in the trash. It’s not worth it. There’s something worth living for, something worth being there to do.

“All this tough shit can be great when you’re growing older But we have to learn that we’re here to fulfill an objective and there’s an idea that’s being formulated to make sure that we do not grow, so that we don’t get it. We must acknowledge that there’s something that’s out there trying to hinder youngsters from reaching the hood from achieving its intended function.”

Unfortunately, Nas’ Los Angeles home was broken into when the rapper was in NYC. Based on the TMZ two men entered the rapper’s Calabasas home the previous Sunday (November 12) night around 8:30 PM at PT. They smashed through an entrance door at the rear in order for access to the residence.

The perpetrators were caught on the Ring doorbell camera, and Nas team was able to contact the police when they observed the robbers departing the property. But, the robbers caused a lot of damage to the house and stole two bags of materials that were not identified.

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King’s Disease III came along with an announcement made by Nas who announced that the rapper will perform the complete King’s Disease trilogy all in one night at New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 24.

For Andre 3000, he contributed four brand new instrumental tracks for the score for the film by A24, Everything Everywhere All at Once which debuted in theaters earlier in the year.