Nas knows how to celebrate in style with good company.

Surrounded by a collection of the world’s most accomplished individuals such as VERZUZ creator Swizz Beatz, NBA champion LeBron James, 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Blxst and Grammy Award-winning album producer Hit-Boy, Nas rings in his 48th year with immense class in the “Brunch On Sundays” video.

Hit-Boy shared a toast in honor of the King’s Disease 2 lyricist on Instagram Tuesday (September 13), featuring a clip of the lavish brunch setting featuring palatial rooftop garden views of Hollywood and the five-star cuisine the high-powered brunch menu featured.

“Happy born to my guy @nas one of the most stand up/ solid human beings to ever move on this planet. Much Love bro!! ‘What a way to bring in the gday ! ‘Brunch on Sunday’s’ ft @blxst video out now #KD2,” HB wrote in the reposted video.

The inspiration behind the Queensbridge MC’s joyous “Brunch On Sundays” likely bloomed from not only the high-brow, black excellence of the record but also the triumphant wins Nas has secured since the release of his Hit-Boy-helmed reboot LP.

Along with moving a healthy 56,000 first-week units, King’s Disease 2, which is Nas’ 13th studio album, earned a No. 3 debut on the Billboard 200 album chart.

The project also represents an even more finite wine for Nas, who built an even more organically dynamic synergy with his 2021 Quincy Jones, a.k.a. Hit-Boy, in the process of producing the masterwork this year.

 

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Watch the star-studded “Brunch Sundays” video below.