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Video: Nas 'Daughters'

Posted by Mawuse Ziegbe  May 29, 2012 12:38 PM

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The latest hip-hop offspring making news actually isn't Blue Ivy.

Hip-hop luminary Nas has released a video to his single "Daughters," in which he raps candidly about his missteps and experiences raising his daughter, Destiny. The track even references some of the controversial social media missives attributed to the young Ms. Jones.

While the song details Nas's frustrations with fatherhood, the video is told from Destiny's point of view as she matures from a tot to a teen.


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