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Often cited as one of the best hip-hop albums of the '90s, Illmatic is the undisputed classic upon which Nas' reputation rests. It helped spearhead the artistic renaissance of New York hip-hop in the post-Chronic era, leading a return to street aesthetics. Yet even if Illmatic marks the beginning of a shift away from Native Tongues-inspired alternative rap, it's strongly rooted in that sensibility. For one, Nas employs some of the most sophisticated jazz-rap producers around: Q-Tip, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and Large ...

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  1. The Genesis
  2. N.Y. State of Mind
  3. Life's a Bitch
  4. The World Is Yours
  5. Halftime
  6. Memory Lane (Sittin' in da Park)
  7. One Love
  8. One Time 4 Your Mind
  9. Represent
  10. It Ain't Hard to Tell
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