Officials are now waiting on toxicology results to get further information.
We hope his friends and family get some closure with this sad passing.
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But Nas may have won the surprise guest game.
See the entire incredible NSFW set…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Holy Grail! Our cup has runneth over with this great news!
The trio will be featured on Nas' new album on a track entitled Sinatra In The Sands, and in a recent interview Nas explained how thrilling it was to record with the two Js:
Excitement…Excitement to work and be in the place that we’re all are at, musically. Those are the guys who lasted the test of time, and those guys are at the top of their game. They’re just company to be in. So that’s the whole vibe of that. And of course the title says it all.
Ugh, if the title says it all as promised, this song is going to be king of the hill, top of the heap, a number one!
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Bedazzled slings! Pink tuxedo jackets! It's a party, all right!
Mariah Carey's right arm is still healing, and it's doing it in style! At Nas's 40th birthday party in NYC on Thursday night, Mimi put her crystal-encrusted, glittering sling front and center as she posed with the birthday boy.
But the rapper certainly held his own in his powder pink blazer with a white rose in the lapel! And white bow-tie!
While Mariah's sling had our full attention, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the diva's bouncy curls and plunging black dress. Hubba-hubba!
She really knows how to make the most her injuries, doesn't she?
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Nas is being sued for $10 million after a concert promoter was kidnapped when the rapper didn't make it to an Angola show.
The concert promoter, Patrick Alloco, filed a federal lawsuit this past Friday. In the paperwork he states that Nas should be held responsible for his kidnapping back in December of 2011. When Nas failed to appear at the show with a $300,000 advance, Patrick and his son were held captive and beaten by another promoter for 50 days.
Along with the torturous kidnapping, Patrick lost his home and job and is hoping to be reimbursed for the psychological, physical, and financial damages he has suffered all thanks to Nas' absence that night.
Nas, however, claimed that he never had official plans with the promoter.
The Life Is Good artist said in regard to the allegations: