Listen To Unreleased 25 Year Old Nas Track Dissing Tupac

An unreleased track from Nas entitled “Real N****s” has surfaced, and the 25-year-old track contains a diss directed to the late Tupac Shakur.

The track appeared some time last month but more people have been picking up on it the last few days. Clocking in at approximately four-and-a-half minutes, the cut hears Nas rap, “From tube socks in Timbs to blue rocks and Benz/Who got the ends, the type of n***a Tupac pretends/To all n****s who shine, guess who got revenge/I won’t showboat, my flow choke you.” He also adds, “And if it don’t the .44 will smoke you, left ya seed reminiscing on ya/MCs, I’m pissing on ya/Shine because my chips are longer/These gremlins I’m sicking on ya/Shots ya dodging/While Esco could rock the whole f*ckin’ Garden/Real n****s are always gonna play this sh*t.”

“Real N****s” reportedly appeared on a 2002 compilation album entitled 2520 Unduplicated Unreleased Classics, Freestyles & Beats, and also includes a sample of Nas’ line on “The Message.” The classic 1996 track served as the catalyst to their beef after Pac took the lyric “Fake thug, no love, you get the slug, CB4 Gusto/Your luck low, I didn’t know ’til I was drunk though” as a diss towards him.

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