Nas’ Still Living Out His ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Lyrics

New York rapper Nas knows he did much more than just drop a hot song with his “Sorry Not Sorry” anthem. God’s Son has lit up social media with a shot of himself looking bossed up alongside the song’s producer DJ Khaled.

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Nas’ Still Living Out ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Lyrics

Nasir Jones hit up Instagram with a fire pic of himself chilling with Khaled. The shot also comes with some bars from the must-hear tune.

“Chorus: James Fauntleroy] Sorry, not sorry, don’t mind me I’m livin’ the dream, livin’ a dream, yeah Came from nothin’, whoever thought that we would be Livin’ the dream? Livin’ the dream yeah”

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JAY-Z + Nas Bet It All

The must-see visual pits guest feature JAY-Z and Nasty Nas in a casino setting. While they’re betting it all in cards, Khaled makes his presence felt hanging out alongside the Big Apple heavyweights.

As promised, DJ Khaled just dropped another one, coming through at midnight with not only his twelfth studio album, Khaled Khaled, but a music video for his single “Sorry Not Sorry” featuring Nas, Jay-Z & James Fauntleroy and Harmonies by The Hive. In it, quarantine is officially over and DJ Khaled and friends are bellying up to the blackjack table for a very Vegas evening of cigars, bars, and reminiscing about that distant moment in time before they were all very, very successful. Oh, and while she doesn’t make a visual appearance, Beyoncé stops by with a slinky “heyyyy” that absolutely makes Jay-Z’s verse. (Vulture)

JAY-Z + Nas bet it all in new ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ video.

JAY-Z Curates Nas Playlist

Prior to the video dropping, JAY gave Nas a solid look. Young Hov released a curated playlist of classic Nasty Nas anthems. The listing featured a wide view of Nasir’s musical repertoire, from early classic releases to his more recent work.

Curated by The God Hov: NaS,’ a playlist by JAY-Z.

Couldn’t Wait For DJ Khaled’s Album

Earlier in the week, Nas reminded fellow fans of Miami producer DJ Khaled upcoming album’s release date, which is slated for this Friday. In the comment section, a message from Khaled himself proved the We The Best CEO appreciated Nas’ shout out.

“KHALED KHALED this Friday April 30th.” -Nas

“Love brother ??” -DJ Khaled