Hassan Johnson Biography

Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m)
Wiki Biography: Nas, born Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones on September 14, 1973, is the son of Olu Dara, an unconventional jazz musician. At age nine he was a member of the Devastatin' Seven in the mid-1980s, the fruits of which can be heard on his 1994 debut, "Illmatic," which was released on Columbia/SME later that year. It attracted attention for its depiction of ghetto life and Nas' refusal to include the misogyny and violence evident in some hip-hop. Nas's first appearance on record was on Main Source's classic "Live at the Barbecue." However, his big break came when former 3rd Bass member 'MC Serch' included his verse in "Halftime" on the soundtrack of Zebrahead (1992), which led to a management deal with Serch's management company, Serchlight Productions. Nas's follow-up albums are "It Was Written," "I Am...," "Nastradamus," "Stillmatic," "From Illmatic to Stillmatic," "The Lost Tapes Vol. 1," and "God's Son."

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Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Clockers 1995 Drama, Crime, Mystery
Belly Mark 1998 Comedy
Amour Infinity Silence 2000 Drama
Prison Song 2001 Drama
I Tried KP 2007 Drama, Music
American Dream Wisdom 2008 Drama, Music
Who's Deal? Clock 2008 Romance
Frankenhood Marcellus 2009 Comedy, Horror
A Day in the Life Mr. Fix It 2009 Action, Crime, Drama
Gun Clinton 2010 Game Show, 0
Last I Heard Agent Butler 2013 0
Newlyweeds Two For Three 2013 0
Happy Baby Marco 2014 Drama
An American in Hollywood Paul 2014 Drama
A Talent for Trouble Sean Wellington 2015 Comedy
West $ide Story, the Movie Smoke 2015 Drama
Guns and Grams Freaky 2016 Action