Nas back in '99.
The consensus about Nas' career trajectory goes something like this: he debuts with the undeniably classic "Illmatic", shifts to a new sound with his 1996 follow-up "It Was Written" and then spends the next 20 years releasing a mixed bag of albums that thrill and disappoint fans and critics in equal measure. There are highs and lows and everything else that falls somewhere in between. It makes being a Nas fan exciting and frustrating, but he does at least always keeps us guessing. "The Lost Tapes" sits towards the higher end of his back catalog. It arrived in 2002, a year after Nas had reaffirmed his superior status in the rap with "Stillmatic". The jury is still out in 2K22. Nas will prolly neva shake the sense that every new album is being benchmarked against his hallowed debut. It's a gift and a curse. "The Lost Tapes" is certainly one of the better moments of his storied career. What's y'all favorite track off "The Lost Tapes"???!!!... @nas#nas#eastcoasthiphop#queensbridgeNY#nasescobar#esco#illwill#illmatic#QB#queensbridge#41stside#classic#legendary#00shiphop#realhiphoponly#fuckmumblerap#2002
This minifigure is the Green Goblin from Studios theme back in 2002.
Is totally new,this means it has never been assambled.
Its very hard to find new.