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JAY-Z Shares Playlist of Favorite Nas Songs Kings recognize kings. Before dropping his new collaboration with Nas, JAY-Z has shared a playlist consisting of some of his favorite songs from the Queens icon. The 24-track set, titled Curated by the God Hov: Nas, kicks off with the first three tracks off IllmaticThe Genesis, N.Y. State of Mind, and Lifes a Bitch. The playlist spans across Nas 27-year catalog, with selections from It Was Written, I Am, Nastradamus, Gods Son, and his most recent Grammy-winning album, Kings Disease. In addition to classics like The Message, Made You Look, and The World Is Yours, Hov highlights non-album cuts including Nas Late Registration collaboration with Kanye West, We Major, and Verbal Intercourse from Raekwons Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Nas and Ms. Lauryn Hills 1996 duet If I Ruled the World (Imagine That) also earns a well-deserved spot on the playlist, which caps off with One Mic off 2001s Stillmatic. Nas and JAY-Z have teamed up with DJ Khaled on their first collaboration in 13 years, Sorry Not Sorry. The track, which appears on Khaleds album , features James Fauntleroy and harmonies from The Hive. A Hype-Williams-directed video will also debut tomorrow. Stream Curated by the God Hov: Nas via TIDAL.