Da Internz discuss Nas’ next single ‘Daughters’ | Music News


All of a sudden, Nas is once again the name on every hip-hop heads lips. With his 10th studio album Life Is Good now scheduled for a July 17th release, and the LP’s next single, the No I.D.-produced “Daughters” set to grace airwaves next week (May 1st), both fans and publications are eager to learn more of the sudden reemergence of God’s Son.

Speaking to XXL, Da Internz – the production duo comprised of Kosine and Tuo who claim credit for Nas’ previous single, “The Don” – believe Life Is Good is worth the wait, and say the next single will “explain it all”.

“He’s gonna let people know, ‘Yeah, the It Was Written Nas, the Nas Illmatic, this is what I’m gonna give yall on this album,’ said Tuo. “So, when they drop [“Daughters”] next week, that’s where everybody’s gonna be like ‘Aight, he ain’t f**king around. ’Cause he ain’t!”

Speaking on “The Don”, which was also co-produced by Salaam Remi and the late Heavy D, Kosine said: “Man it was an honor like you would not believe. Before we even put our hands on it we were told Heavy D and Salaam Remi did the record.

“When someone like that great, passes away and to be like ‘Man I never even got a chance to work with him,’ and for this opportunity to kind of just come out of no where, it’s humbling,” he added. “The same with Salaam Remi, that’s a legendary producer as well so for us to be a part and bring our sound to that, it was just an honor.”

Da Internz are said to have crafted more tracks for Life Is Good, which is due out on July 17th via Def Jam. In the meantime, the music video to “The Don” will be released this Friday (April 27th) followed by the arrival of “Daughters” on May 1st.

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