Nas Says He Made The Fade Hairstyle Famous
Hit-Boy dropped a video for his latest collaboration with Nas. It’s not sure if this is the first single from Hit-Boy’s upcoming solo album or another Nas album.
In his first video appearance for Main Source‘s Hanging Out, Nas can be seen with twists or dreads. Afterwards, for 30 years, Nas has sported his infamous fade.
On the song Kings’ Disease, the Illmatic rapper boldly boasted that he is responsible for the influence of the fade hairstyle.
“I made the fade famous, the chain famous,” the rapper Nas said in the track.
The Atlanta native later called Nas irrelevant.
Nas’ last release King’s Disease 3 was the third installment of the King’s Disease series with Hit-Boy.
Another rapper could also make a claim about having a major influence on hip-hop culture.
Long before dances were fun, challenges and songs went viral, one rapper from Illinois, Soulja Boy, told them. He put artists onto the YouTube hustle and changed how artists created and promoted music.