Common and Q-Tip have already formed a group, The Standard, and even though they haven’t put out any music, they have been in talks to add Nas to the equation.
Now that would be Hip-Hop!
Common and Q-Tip seem to be adding to their super group, “The Standard,” as talks surface of Nas joining the two to collaborate on a new project. Wednesday’s edition of the New York Daily News broke the news, saying that Nas was extremely interested in joining the group.
Q-Tip was instrumental in getting Nas exposure, producing Nas’ track “One Love,” off his seminal debut LP, Illmatic, along with “The World is Yours (remix).” Since then Nas took part in producing the A Tribe Called Quest documentary, Beats Rhymes and Life.
Common also recently worked with Nas on his track “Ghetto Dreams,” off his latest album, The Dreamer, The Believer. The two also linked up on Hi-Tek’s “Music for Life” and Jadakiss’s “Why (Remix).”
Since coming togeher in 2007 “The Standard” have yet to put out any tracks, but that doesn’t mean that these three can’t put out something to change the game.
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