Fans are becoming emotional over Lauryn Hill's verses on rapper Nas' 14th studio album, King's Disease II.
The follow-up to Nas's King's Disease, released on August 21, 2020, is being hailed as a return to real hip-hop.
The 47-year-old rapper's latest album also features collaborations with rappers YG and Eminem.
But the track social media can't stop talking about is "Nobody" featuring Lauryn Hill.
Lauryn's verses are trending online for her critical take on the rise in social media and its influence on narcissistic tendencies.
"Now let me give it to you balanced and with clarity
I don't need to turn myself into a parody
I don't do the sh*t you do for popularity
They clearly didn't understand when I said I get out apparently
My awareness like Keanu in The Matrix."
Lauryn, 46, also address longstanding complaints about her lateness at concerts.
"I'm savin' souls and ya'll complainin' bout my lateness
Now it's illegal for someone to walk in greatness
They want the same but they don't take risks
Now the world will get to see it's own reflection
And the anointed can pursue their own direction."
Nas ft. Lauryn Hill - Nobody
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