…Nas and T.I. finally together in their national community efforts for girls across the country
Nas is one of the most iconic hip hop legends of our time. He has always challenged the growth of Hip-Hop culture and the generation that follows by making music with sincerity.
His new album, Life Is Good, is set to be released on July 17th. With the latest single, “DAUGHTERS”, Nas has once again delivered a thought-provoking and touching message to Fathers and Daughter’s worldwide.
As a father of two, Nas has always been a champion for uplifting the youth. As Executive Director of Saving Our Daughters states, “we are very excited and blown away with Nas’s incredible and powerful new song ‘DAUGHTERS’; as I recently as a father lost my daughter at 11 years old to cancer (brain tumor) last year, and I am deeply touched personally from the song as well”.
Nas will start off his national partnership with Saving Our Daughters with a special Father’s Day Brunch in conjunction with Hot 97 radio in NYC. Families will be selected from Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club in Bronx, NY.
Nas will also be joining forces with the organizations’ longtime family friend and supporter, T.I., who has been with the charity now for more than 7 years.
We Welcome Nas and the positive fathers and daughters that will follow.
Saving Our Daughters
A Look at Nas
The son of Jazz musician Olu Dara and Ann Jones, Nasir Jones was raised in Queens, NY. Since bursting onto the rap scene in 1992, Nas has captivated audiences with ground-breaking music. Considered one of rap’s most innovative storytellers, he has delivered songs that have brought the struggles and plight of inner-city youth to light. Songs like “I Can”, “Amongst Kings”, “Black Girl Lost”, and “If I Ruled The World” have promoted self-love and encouragement.
Nas is a spokesperson and mentor for P’Tones Records, a non-profit after school music program with the mission “to create constructive opportunities for urban youth through no-cost music programs”.
Nas Daughter’s splash page.
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