Nas is set to executive produce bishop nehru's album on Mass Appeal

Nas to Executive Produce Bishop Nehru’s Forthcoming Solo Album

Bishop Nehru and MF DOOM’s NehruvianDOOM drops tomorrow, October 7, but Nehru’s path to greatness doesn’t stop there. The young emcee recently inked a deal for his next project, which will be released via Mass Appeal Records. The album is set to drop in 2015 and will be executive produced by none other than Nas, who will also feature on the project amongst other artists and producers. We’re definitely interested in hearing young Bishop Nehru over different styles of production.

Ever since last year’s SXSW, there has been much speculation as to whether Nehru would end up with Mass Appeal after Nas stated the young rapper is “the future of music.” Nas doesn’t freely give that cosign, so you know there is some major music in the works. We’ll keep you posted as more information drops.

Nas is set to executive produce Bishop Nehru's solo album on Mass Appeal
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