cross sonic boundaries
In an interview with Billboard, Nas' manager Anthony Saleh revealed that Nas and Marley have been recording music together since early January, and are aiming for a Spring release for the as-yet-untitled album. "We've been recording in a studio, where people like Mick Jagger
are recording. No one knew who we were," Saleh said. "We're going
to Miami this week to finish it up and we're aiming to tour for the
album this summer."
A special edition version at Target or Best Buy is a possibility. A portion of proceeds from the album will go to building a school in Africa.
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