×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International Inc.

Listen toNatureon Rhapsody

356x237
}

About Nature

A childhood friend of Nas, Nature is a Queensbridge emcee best known for his controversal role as Cormega's replacement in the ill-fated Firm project. Flexing a wordy rhyme style and vivid storytelling skills, Nature is a fan favorite who's often overlooked by the mainstream press. After appearances on many mixtapes, white label 12"s, and records from Pun, Nas, and Screwball, he released his long-awaited (and undermarketed) debut LP For All Seasons in 2000. He's since thrown down on both the QB Finest and The 41st Side compilations.

356x237

Listen toNatureon Rhapsody

A childhood friend of Nas, Nature is a Queensbridge emcee best known for his controversal role as Cormega's replacement in the ill-fated Firm project. Flexing a wordy rhyme style and vivid storytelling skills, Nature is a fan favorite who's often overlooked by the mainstream press. After appearances on many mixtapes, white label 12"s, and records from Pun, Nas, and Screwball, he released his long-awaited (and undermarketed) debut LP For All Seasons in 2000. He's since thrown down on both the QB Finest and The 41st Side compilations.

About Nature

A childhood friend of Nas, Nature is a Queensbridge emcee best known for his controversal role as Cormega's replacement in the ill-fated Firm project. Flexing a wordy rhyme style and vivid storytelling skills, Nature is a fan favorite who's often overlooked by the mainstream press. After appearances on many mixtapes, white label 12"s, and records from Pun, Nas, and Screwball, he released his long-awaited (and undermarketed) debut LP For All Seasons in 2000. He's since thrown down on both the QB Finest and The 41st Side compilations.

About Nature

A childhood friend of Nas, Nature is a Queensbridge emcee best known for his controversal role as Cormega's replacement in the ill-fated Firm project. Flexing a wordy rhyme style and vivid storytelling skills, Nature is a fan favorite who's often overlooked by the mainstream press. After appearances on many mixtapes, white label 12"s, and records from Pun, Nas, and Screwball, he released his long-awaited (and undermarketed) debut LP For All Seasons in 2000. He's since thrown down on both the QB Finest and The 41st Side compilations.