Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Nas phones it in for Tier Nightclub's fourth anniversary party

Posted By on Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 1:49 PM

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This morning, @InMyEyesToo tweeted me this video of the great Nas at the fourth anniversary party of Tier Nightclub (Feb. 27), which was one of our own picks that week:

The tweet summed it all by saying, "Karaoke over his own songs. RipOff 4 song/15 min set for $58."

Now, even though I seriously considered it, I didn't see this show myself. But this three-minute video captures pretty clearly and at decent length (a quarter of the "show" if indeed the set was four songs) what looks like a sad display that was more a celebrity appearance than a legit performance. And judging from it, my review probably would've been a 300-word version of what @InMyEyesToo wrote. 

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