Nas Protests Police Brutality In Powerful Cops Shot The Kid Video

Tuesday, 08 January 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Nas has unveiled a sobering music video for his 'Nasir' song, Cops Shot the Kid.

The visual finds a young unarmed black man being harrassed and shot by two white police officers, alongside clips of Nas rapping. There's also an appearance from Slick Rick towards the end, whose 1988 song Children's Story provides the main sample for the track.

At the end of last year, Nas released a short film called Nasir - The Film, which also featured snippets of his 2018 album of the same name.





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