Bonnaroo 2010: Nas And Damian Marley In Concert

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Nas
Diana Wong

Set List

"As We Enter"

"Nah Mean"

"Nas Is Like"

"Represent"

"Hip Hop Is Dead"

"Street Dreams"

"If I Ruled The World"

"Count Your Blessings"

"Dispear"

"Land Of Promise"

"The Mission/Reggae Medley"

"Exodus/ Move"

"Sabali"

"Strong Will Continue"

"Hate Me Now"

"Got Yourself A Gun"

"Made You Look"

"Welcome To Jamrock"

"Road To Zion"

"Africa Must Wake Up"

"One Mic"

"Could You Be Loved"

With his lyrical prowess and affinity for controversy, Queens-born rapper Nas has a knack for staying relevant in the hip-hop world. The pairing of Nas and reggae royalty Damian Marley on Distant Relatives has the artists bridging continents and styles, and extending their relevance beyond the confines of their respective genres. Hear the pair perform live from the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tenn.

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