Still riding high off the success of his mostly critically-acclaimed latest solo album, King’s Disease with Hit-Boy. New York bred living legend and icon, Nas returns today with his latest visual from the album.
Debuting earlier today the new Christian Sutton-directed video for the Big Sean and Don Toliver featured, Replace Me. One of the more popular cuts from the album dedicated to the ladies. The new visual is a very nostalgic and vintage one. That’s inspired from the classic 1997 romantic drama, Love Jones.
Pulling a huge amount of inspiration from the film. It tells the Queensbridge emcees, Love Jones story. That sees him narrating his love story like a storybook romance, while his girl goes through a series of photos in a photo book. Reflecting on their storybook romance and how it’s going to be hard for her to replace him. Toliver and Sean showing up in the notebook both decked in their freshest Fall attire. As Toliver deliver the irresistibly undeniable hook and Sean Don brings his Detroit soul with his perfect guest verse.
The very nostalgic and vintage clip even later finding Nas, Sean Don, Toliver and Hit-Boy being fitted for a picture perfect photoshoot. From Nas’ girl. Alongside floral arrangements and a New York City skyline. As Nas Escobar and Sean Don show their love and respect for one another.