If somebody from hip-hop can provide a history lesson on all things Queens, it’s Nas. The Queens-born rapper is attach to narrate “Supreme Crew,” a three-fragment documentary.
The docuseries will touch on the Recent York crime conglomerate and he’ll be directing the mission below his upright title, Nasir Jones.
Along with tune, Nas is widely identified for his feature in “Belly.” Now, he’s headed for a director feature.
The Queensbridge story took to Instagram to put up a snippet for “Supreme Crew,” which is set the upward thrust and fall of the infamous crime mob all the diagram in which through the 1980s crack epidemic in NYC.
Nas will co-narrate with Peter J.Scalettar and might well additionally additionally be one of many interviewees in the documentary. The leader of the Supreme Crew, Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff, shall be talking on the documentary from penal advanced.
Numerous important figures in the documentary shall be LL Cool J, Ashanti, reporter Joy Reid, and Recent York City mayor Eric Adams.
“Supreme Crew” will open streaming on Showtime from July 8.
While Nas embarks on a fresh mission as a director, he demonstrates his narrating abilities inside the sequence, “Origins of Hip-Hop,” which tells a account about the upward thrust of repute for numerous rappers.
Iconic hip-hop tune trace Mass Charm produces this sequence and airs on A&E Network Tuesdays at 10 p.m. Nas owns Mass Charm and might well additionally checklist each and each rapper episode. The rappers in the sequence will consist of Corpulent Joe, Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule, Grandmaster Flash, Ice-T, Eve, Uncle Luke, and Lil Jon.