Nas To Perform "Illmatic" With The National Symphony Orchestra
The world is yours.
Washington, DC – Nas' debut album, Illmatic, has become a veritable Hip-Hop classic since its release in 1994. Now, a new PBS special will bring to life with the help of the National Symphony Orchestra with the performance of the Nas at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC
PBS will broadcast the special event on the 2nd of February as a part of its Great Performances series. Titled Nas Live From the Kennedy Center: Classical, Hip-Hop, the Mass Appeal of the production is directed by Jason Goldwatch, and executive produced by Nas, Anthony Saleh and Peter Bittenbender.
As a whole, it is expected that the Queens Hip-Hop icon to perform songs such as "new york State of Mind", "The World is Yours", "Memory Lane (Sittin' In Da Park)" and "it Is not Difficult to Say."
Nas Live From the Kennedy Center: Classical, Hip-Hop, to air on PBS on February 2 at 9 pm ET and will be available to stream on February 3 on PBS web site.
Watch the trailer above.