This past May, Nas said that the time had passed for Lost Tapes II, the sequel to his 2002 compilation of unreleased material.

But during a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the Queens, New York rapper said that he hasn’t entirely ruled out the potential release of the anticipated LP, and that it could be included as an “extra album.” “It’s still up in the air if I’m going to put out Lost Tapes II as an extra album,” he says. “Hopefully we can find a timeline but the first thing is Life Is Good.”

Though he remained mum on which collaborators would appear on his upcoming LP Life is Good, Nas did reveal that he’s recorded with Salaam Remi, Jay Electronica and AZ, and hopes to duet with Scarface. “There’s a certain sound in hip-hop that I love so some of the album may give you a Nineties feel,” he said.

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