Nas discography

Nas discography
Nas discography

Nas performing in Italy
Studio albums 9
Compilation albums 2
Singles 22
Music videos 49
Collaborative albums 3

The discography of Nas, an American rapper, consists of 9 studio albums, three collaborative albums, two compilations, 1 extended play, and 22 singles.

The son of jazz musician Olu Dara, Nas dropped out of school during eighth grade and began his music career in 1991 with a guest performance on the song "Live at the Barbeque" by Main Source. In 1992, Nas contributed the track "Halftime" to the soundtrack to the film Zebrahead, and Nas was soon signed to Columbia Records and released his debut album Illmatic in 1994.[1] Including Nas's solo debut track "Halftime", Illmatic was certified platinum in the US,[2] spawned several hit singles including "It Ain't Hard to Tell" and "The World Is Yours", and earned much critical acclaim. With a more mainstream-oriented sound, Nas's second album It Was Written was released in 1996 and included the Lauryn Hill collaboration "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)" and "Street Dreams", the latter of which reached #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #1 on the Hot Rap Singles chart.[3] It Was Written was certified double platinum.[2] In 1999, Nas released two albums: I Am… and Nastradamus. While I Am reached double platinum status like its preceding album It Was Written and spawned two singles that reached the top ten spots of the Hot Rap Singles chart, "Hate Me Now" and "Nas Is Like", Nastradamus signaled a decrease in quality and critical reception and sold only half as many units. Still, Nastradamus featured two charting singles, "You Owe Me" and "Nastradamus".[1]

After another New York City rapper, Jay-Z, attacked Nas in his album The Blueprint, Nas released Stillmatic in 2001 with a track responding to Jay-Z's attack along with two singles that once again made the top ten spots of the Billboard rap chart, "Got Ur Self A..." and "One Mic".[1] Nas's 2002 album God's Son included "I Can", his most successful single on the Hot 100 that charted at #12 there.[3] However, Nas's 2004 album Street's Disciple failed to attract much hype. After Nas settled his feud with Jay-Z by performing with Jay-Z in the rival rapper's "I Declare War" concert in October 2005, Nas was signed to Def Jam Recordings Def Jam label in 2006 and debuted on Def Jam with Hip Hop Is Dead, his third album to reach #1 on the American Billboard 200 album chart.[4] In 2008, Nas released an untitled album that he controversially almost titled Nigger.[1]

Nas has also released three collaborative albums. In 1997, he teamed up with rappers AZ, Cormega, Foxy Brown, and Nature to form supergroup The Firm, whose self-titled album reached the top of the Billboard 200 and included two modestly charting singles "Firm Biz" and "Phone Tap". With his new imprint Ill Will Records, Nas released in 2000 the collaborative effort Nas and Ill Will Records Present QB's Finest, which included "Da Bridge 2001" and "Oochie Wally". A few mixtapes were released, as well. In 2010, Nas and reggae singer Damian Marley released the collaborative album Distant Relatives. Among the singles in which Nas did guest performances, two of them as remixes reached the top ten of the Hot 100: "Hot Boyz" by Missy Elliott (whose remix also featured Lil' Mo, Eve, and Q-Tip) and "I'm Gonna Be Alright" by Jennifer Lopez. Nas also appeared in singles and tracks by his ex-wife Kelis, Sean Combs, Game, Ludacris, R. Kelly, and Mobb Deep.



Studio albums

Year Title Chart positions Certifications
US[4] US R&B[5] US Rap[6] UK[7] CAN[8][9]
1994 Illmatic
  • Released: April 19, 1994
  • Label: Columbia (57684)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
12 2 * 52
1996 It Was Written
  • Released: July 2, 1996
  • Label: Columbia (67015)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
1 1 * 38 8
  • US: 2× Platinum[2]
  • CAN: Platinum[11]
1999 I Am…
  • Released: April 6, 1999
  • Label: Columbia (68773)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
1 1 * 31 2
  • US: 2× Platinum[2]
  • CAN: Platinum[11]
  • Released: November 23, 1999
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (63930)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
7 2 * 27
2001 Stillmatic
  • Released: December 18, 2001
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (85736)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
5 1 *
2002 God's Son
  • Released: December 13, 2002
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (86930)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
12 1 * 57
2004 Street's Disciple
  • Released: November 30, 2004
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (92065)
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP
5 2 * 45
2006 Hip Hop Is Dead
  • Released: December 19, 2006
  • Label: Def Jam (0007229)
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP
1 1 1 68 45
2008 Untitled
  • Released: July 15, 2008
  • Label: Def Jam (001150502)
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP
1 1 1 23 5
2012 Life Is Good
  • Released: TBA
  • Label: Def Jam
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP

Collaborative albums

Year Title Chart positions Certifications
1997 The Firm: The Album (with AZ, Foxy Brown, Nature) 1 1 * 8
2000 Nas and Ill Will Records Present QB's Finest (with Ill Will Records)
  • Released: November 21, 2000
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (63807)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
53 10 *
2010 Distant Relatives (with Damian Marley)
  • Released: May 18, 2010
  • Label: Universal Republic, Def Jam (B0014136)
  • Format: CD, digital download
5 1 1 9 30
2012 Nas.Com[16] (with Common)
  • Released: 2012
  • Label: TBA
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP

Compilation albums

Year Title Chart positions
US[4] US R&B[5] US Rap[6]
2002 The Lost Tapes
  • Released: September 24, 2002
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia (85275)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download, LP
10 3 *
2007 Greatest Hits
  • Released: November 6, 2007
  • Label: Columbia (709550)
  • Format: CD, digital download
124 20 11
2012 The Lost Tapes II
  • Released: TBA
  • Label: Def Jam
  • Format: CD, digital download
To be released

Extended plays

Year Title Chart positions
2002 From Illmatic to Stillmatic: The Remixes
  • Released: July 2, 2002
  • Label: Ill Will, Columbia
123 32


  • 2005: Living Legends Chapter 1 (Hosted by DJ Dirty Harry)
  • 2006: The Prophecy, Vol 2: The Beginning of the N (Hosted by Statik Selektah)
  • 2008: The Prophecy Volume 1 (Hosted by Statik Selektah)
  • 2008: The Nigger Tape (Hosted by DJ Green Lantern)
  • 2010: The Lost Tapes 1.5 (Hosted by Cookin Soul & Don Cannon)


Year Song Chart positions RIAA certification[2] Album
US[3] US R&B[3] US Rap[3] UK[17] FR[17]
1992 "Halftime" 125[A] 8 Zebrahead soundtrack and Illmatic
1994 "It Ain't Hard to Tell" 91 57 13 64 Illmatic
"The World Is Yours" 114[A] 67 27
"Life's a Bitch" (featuring AZ and Olu Dara)
"One Love" (featuring Q-Tip) 106[A] 24
1996 "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)" (featuring Lauryn Hill) 53 17 15 12 4 It Was Written
"Street Dreams" 22 18 1 12 Gold
"The Message" 19
1997 "Escobar '97" Men in Black: The Album
1999 "In Too Deep" (featuring Nature) 31 In Too Deep
"Nas Is Like"[a] 86 30 3 I Am…
"Hate Me Now" (featuring Puff Daddy)[B] 62 18 8 14
"Nastradamus" 92 27 4 24 Nastradamus
2000 "You Owe Me" (featuring Ginuwine) 59 13
2001 "Got Ur Self A..." 87 37 2 30 Stillmatic
2002 "One Mic" 43 14 7
2003 "Made You Look" 32 12 9 27 God's Son
"I Can" 12 7 6 19 72
"Get Down" 76
2004 "Thief's Theme" 60 Street's Disciple
"Bridging the Gap" (featuring Olu Dara) 94 49 18
2005 "Just a Moment" (featuring Quan) 117[A] 52 24
2006 "Hip Hop Is Dead" (featuring 41 48 25 36 Hip Hop Is Dead
2007 "Can't Forget about You" (featuring Chrisette Michele) 46
2008 "Hero" (featuring Keri Hilson) 97 82 70 Untitled
"Make the World Go Round" (featuring The Game and Chris Brown) 122[A]
2011 "Nasty" Life Is Good
  • A. ^ Charted only on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles or Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles charts, 25-song extensions of the Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts respectively.
  • B. ^ "Nas Is Like" was released as a double A-side with "Hate Me Now" in the UK.


Year Song Peak chart positions Album
US[3] US R&B[3] US Rap[3] UK
1996 "Affirmative Action" (with AZ, Cormega, and Foxy Brown) 75[A] It Was Written
"East Coast West Coast Killas" (with RBX, KRS-One, and B-Real) Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath
1997 "Firm Biz" (with AZ and Foxy Brown featuring Dawn Robinson) 35[A] The Firm: The Album
"Phone Tap" (with AZ and Nature featuring Dr. Dre) 49[A]
2000 "I've Got to Have It" (with Jermaine Dupri featuring Monica) 67 15 Big Momma's House soundtrack
"Da Bridge 2001" (with Capone, Cormega, Marley Marl, MC Shan, Millennium Thug, Mobb Deep, Nature, and Tragedy Khadafi) 96 17 Nas and Ill Will Records Present QB's Finest
2001 "Oochie Wally" (with Bravehearts) 26 11 2 30
"What's Going On" (with Artists Against AIDS Worldwide) 76 What's Going On: All-Star Tribute
2004 "Virgo" (with Ludacris, featuring Doug E. Fresh) 69 The Red Light District and Street's Disciple
2007 "Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been)" (with Kanye West, KRS-One, and Rakim) Single only
2010 "As We Enter" (with Damian Marley) 116 23[B] 18[B] 39 Distant Relatives
"Strong Will Continue" (with Damian Marley)
"My Generation" (with Damian Marley featuring Joss Stone and Lil Wayne)
  • A. ^ Did not chart on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (Billboard rules at the time prevented album cuts from charting). Chart peak listed here represents Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart data.
  • B. ^ Charted only on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs or Rap Digital Songs charts.

Other charted songs

Year Song Peak chart positions Album
US[3] US R&B[3]
1999 "You Won't See Me Tonight" (featuring Aaliyah)[A] 121 44 I Am...
"K-I-S-S-I-N-G"[A] 50
2001 "Ether"[A] 50 Stillmatic
2002 "You're Da Man"[B] 76
"Rule" (featuring Amerie)[A] 67
2003 "Heaven" (featuring Jully Black)[B] 118 God's Son
"Thugz Mansion (N.Y.)" (featuring 2Pac and J. Phoenix) 9[C]
"Last Real Nigga Alive"[B] 120
"Nas' Angels...The Flyest" (featuring Pharrell Williams)[A] 72 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle soundtrack
2004 "You Know My Style"[B] 63 Street's Disciple
2006 "Where Y'all At"[B] 118 Hip Hop Is Dead
"Black Republican" (featuring Jay-Z)[A] 124 102
2011 "Outro" (Lil Wayne featuring Bun B, Nas, Shyne and Busta Rhymes)[A] 103 Tha Carter IV
  • A. ^ Album cut
  • B. ^ B-side
  • C. ^ Charted only on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.

As featured performer

Year Song Peak chart positions RIAA certification Album
1995 "Fast Life" (Kool G Rap featuring Nas) 74 42 7 4,5,6
1997 "Head Over Heels" (Allure featuring Nas) 35 17 18 Allure
"Love Is All We Need" (Mary J. Blige featuring Nas) 43 5 5 15 Share My World
1998 "The Grand Finale" (DMX featuring Method Man, Nas, and Ja Rule) 63 18 Belly OST
1999 "Hot Boyz" (Remix) (Missy Elliott featuring Lil' Mo, Nas, Eve, and Q-Tip) 5 1 1 18 Platinum Non-album single
"It's Mine" (Mobb Deep featuring Nas) 71 25 Murda Muzik
"Sincerity" (Mary J. Blige featuring DMX and Nas) 72 Mary
2000 "The Ultimate High" (Nature featuring Nas) 118 20 For All Seasons
2002 "I'm Gonna Be Alright (Track Masters remix)" (Jennifer Lopez featuring Nas) 10 32 29 3 J to tha L–O!: The Remixes
"I Got It 2" (Jagged Edge featuring Nas) 103 34 Jagged Little Thrill
"Alive (Thunderpuss remix)" (Jennifer Lopez featuring Nas) Single only
2003 "Too Much For Me" (DJ Kayslay featuring Nas, Foxy Brown, Birdman, and Amerie) 57 The Streetsweeper, Vol. 1
"Situations" (Bravehearts featuring Nas and Jully Black) 120 Bravehearted
"Streets of New York" (Alicia Keys featuring Nas and Rakim) 122 The Diary of Alicia Keys (bonus track)
"Quick to Back Down" (Bravehearts featuring Nas and Lil Jon) 48 Bravehearted
2005 "In Public" (Kelis featuring Nas) 17 Tasty
"Blackout" (Mashonda featuring Nas or Snoop Dogg)[A] 34 January Joy
2006 "Road to Zion" (Damian Marley featuring Nas) 57 Welcome to Jamrock
"Blindfold Me" (Kelis featuring Nas) 91 Kelis Was Here
"Everything I Love" (Diddy featuring Nas and Cee-Lo) 119 Press Play
2008 "My President" (Young Jeezy featuring Nas) 53 45 13 The Recession
"I Do It for Hip Hop" (Ludacris featuring Nas and Jay-Z) 89 Theater of the Mind
2009 "Too Many Rappers" (Beastie Boys featuring Nas) 93 70 Hot Sauce Committee Part Two
2010 "Fall in Love" (Estelle featuring Nas) 71 All of Me
2011 "Ghetto Dreams" (Common featuring Nas) The Dreamer, The Believer
"So Fresh" (CJ Hilton featuring Nas) 50 TBA
  • A. ^ The album version of the song featured Snoop Dogg, while the radio version featured Nas.

Other appearances

Year Song Artist(s) Album
1991 "Live at the Barbeque" (also featuring Akinyele & Joe Fatal) Main Source Breaking Atoms
1992 "Back to the Grill" (also featuring Chubb Rock & Red Hot Lover Tone) MC Serch Return of the Product
1994 "One on One" Various Artists Street Fighter soundtrack
1995 "Gimme Yours" AZ Doe or Die
"Mo Money, Mo Murder Homicide"
"Verbal Intercourse" (also featuring Ghostface Killah) Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...
"Eye for a Eye (Your Beef Is Mines)" (also featuring Raekwon) Mobb Deep The Infamous
"Affirmative Action (Saint-Denis Style remix)" Suprême NTM Paris Sous Les Bombes
1996 "One Plus One" Large Professor The LP
"Give It Up Fast" (also featuring Big Noyd) Mobb Deep Hell on Earth
"La Familia" Foxy Brown "I'll Be/La Familia" single
1997 "Head Over Heels" Allure Allure
"Nas Skit" The Alkaholiks Likwidation
"Calm Down" Capone-n-Noreaga "Capone Bone/Calm Down" single
"The Prophecy" Yankee Boricua Guerrero - First Combat
1998 "How Ya Livin'" AZ Pieces of a Man
"John Blaze" (also featuring Big Pun, Jadakiss & Raekwon) Fat Joe Don Cartagena
"Soundtrack to the Streets" Kid Capri Soundtrack to the Streets
"Intro - Turn It Out" Jermaine Dupri Life in 1472
"Body in the Trunk" Noreaga N.O.R.E.
"Money Makes the World Go Round" R. Kelly R.
"To My" (also featuring Mad Skillz & Static Major) Timbaland Tim's Bio: Life from da Bassment
"Daaboodaa Munks" Armand Van Helden Sampleslaya - Enter the Meatmarket
"Queensfinest" DJ Clue The Professional
"Blood Money (Part 2)" Ride (soundtrack)
1999 "I Really Want to Show You" (also featuring K-Ci and JoJo) The Notorious B.I.G. Born Again
"Where Do We Go from Here" Master P Only God Can Judge Me
"Me & Nas Bring It to Your Hardest" Slick Rick The Art of Storytelling
"You Made Me" Harlem World The Movement
"Esco Intro" E-Moneybags In E-Moneybags We Trust
"Thugs Calm Down"
"Want It"
"M.O.M.M.Y." Cha Cha Dear Diary
"Journey Through the Life" (also featuring Lil' Kim, Joe Hooker & Beanie Sigel) Puff Daddy Forever
"Millennium Thug" Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap The Tunnel
"Did You Ever Think (Remix)" R. Kelly "Did You Ever Think" single
"Thank God I Found You (Make It Last Remix)" Mariah Carey "Thank God I Found You" (single)
2000 "B EZ" Capone-n-Noreaga The Reunion
"Let My Niggas Live" Wu-Tang Clan The W
"Some Of Em'" (also featuring Xzibit) Devin the Dude Just Tryin' ta Live
"Live from the Bridge" DJ Clue The Professional, Pt. 2
"I Can't Take It No More (No More Remix)" 3LW 3LW
"Queens Day" (also featuring Prodigy) Run-D.M.C. Crown Royal
"What You Gonna Do" (also featuring Bravehearts) Cash Money Millionaires Baller Blockin' Soundtrack
2001 "Finer Things" Jon B. Pleasures U Like
"Show Discipline" Jadakiss Kiss tha Game Goodbye
"What's Going On" Artists Against AIDS Worldwide What's Going On
2002 "Who U Rep With" (also featuring Bravehearts) 50 Cent Guess Who's Back?
"Too Hot" (also featuring Nature)
"Holla Back" (also featuring AZ & Tito) Kool G Rap The Giancana Story
"U Wanna Be Me" Various Artists 8 Mile soundtrack
"The Essence" AZ Aziatic
"Stay Chisel" Large Professor 1st Class
"In Between Us" (also featuring Tanya Herron) Scarface The Fix
2003 "Play Me" Korn Take a Look in the Mirror
"Full Stop" Victoria Beckham Open Your Eyes (unreleased)
2004 "Don't Stop, Keep going" (also featuring Tha Dogg Pound) Tha Dogg Pound, The Last Of The Pound
"Tick Tock" (also featuring Prodigy) The Alchemist 1st Infantry
"Grand Finale" (also featuring Bun B, Jadakiss, T.I. & Ice Cube) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, Crunk Juice
2005 "Can't Fade Me" (also featuring Quan) Cassidy I'm a Hustla
"We Major" (also featuring Really Doe) Kanye West Late Registration
"Living in Pain (also featuring 2Pac & Mary J. Blige) The Notorious B.I.G. Duets: The Final Chapter
"We March As Millions" One Million Strong Vol. 2
"Escobar 2006" DJ Clue Fidel Cashflow: The New Regime
"Material Things" Jully Black This Is Me
2006 "War" DJ Clue The Professional, Pt. 3
"Don't Get Carried Away" Busta Rhymes The Big Bang
"Music for Life" (also featuring Common, J Dilla, Marsha Ambrosius& Busta Rhymes) Hi-Tek Hi-Teknology²: The Chip
"Choir Song" Nashawn Napalm
"Money Machine" (also featuring Jungle & Ying Yang Twins)
"Level 7"
2007 "I Want You (Remix)" (also featuring André 3000) Lloyd Street Love
"Get To Know Me" Joe (singer) Ain't Nothin' Like Me
"Gun 4 Gun" Killah Priest The Offering
"Shakedown (Remix)" (also featuring Ali Vegas) Akon
"Why You Hate The Game" (also featuring Marsha Ambrosius) The Game Doctor's Advocate
"Success" Jay-Z American Gangster
2008 "Ghetto Rich (Remix)" (also featuring Lil Wayne & John Legend) Rich Boy Rich Boy
"The Real Hiphop" KRS-One Adventures in Emceein
"Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It (Remix)" (also featuring Scarface) Ice Cube Raw Footage
"I See You Comin'" Tre Williams
"Don't Touch Me (Remix)"
(also featuring Reek Da Villain, Spliff Star, The Game, Lil Wayne & Big Daddy Kane)
Busta Rhymes Blessed
"Letter to the King" The Game LAX
"I'm On" (also featuring Cool) DJ Khaled We Global
"My President" Young Jeezy The Recession
"NYC" Kevin Rudolf In the City
"Oh Oh-Yeah-Yea" Keyshia Cole A Different Me
2009 "Topless"(also featuring T.I. & Eminem) Dr. Dre Detox
"Game of Love" Nat King Cole Re: Generations
"Usual Suspects" (also featuring Kevin Cossom) Rick Ross Deeper Than Rap
"If I Ruled the World '09 feat. Marsha Ambrosius" Smirnoff Smirnoff: Signature Series
"What If" Jadakiss The Last Kiss (album)
"Yacht Music" (also featuring Willie the Kid, Scarface, & Marsha Ambrosius) DJ Drama Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 2)
"Why R You Remix" (also featuring Jadakiss, Caine, & Rick Ross) Amerie -
"Film" Nas Red Bull Big Tunes
2011 "Heartbeat (Remix)" Nneka Concrete Jungle
"Street Riders (also featuring Akon)" Game Brake Lights
"Rich & Black" Raekwon Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang
"Dog Shit" Mobb Deep TBA
"Outro (also featuring Bun B, Shyne & Busta Rhymes)" Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV
"Get It Forever" Mobb Deep Black Cocaine - EP
"Feel Inside" Mary J. Blige My Life II... The Journey Continues (Act 1)
"Like Smoke" Amy Winehouse Lioness: Hidden Treasures


Music videos


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