Nas ‘Loco-Motive’: Large Professor & God’s Son Debut New York City-Inspired Song
Nas shares his experiences in New York City on the ’90s-inspired track “Loco-Motive,” which appears on his forthcoming LP, Life Is Good, due July 17. Veteran rhymer Large Professor assists on the No I.D.-produced song.
No. I.D. includes sounds of a rumbling train on the beat as a woman’s voice sings “42nd St. terminal.” Nas comes in on the track, rhyming of women, weed and the streets he grew up on.
“Fuck your ice I rock rubies, amethyst/ I fuck yo’ wife ’cause she a groupie, scandalous/ This for my bad hood bitches, ghetto glamorous,” he spits.
In addition to “Loco-Motive,” the Queens native has debuted “The Don,” “Daughters” and “Accident Murderers” off his upcoming 10th studio album.