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Nas' Remix of Future's 'March Madness' Debuts on OVO Sound Radio [LISTEN]

by Jasmina Cuevas   Feb 1, 2016 10:28 AM EST

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Nas is back at it again. The Queens rapper just remixed Future's hit track, "March Madness," and it's as fiery as one could expect.

On Saturday night (Jan. 29), on the 14th episode of Beats 1 Show, OVO Sound Radio, Drake debuted the remix of "March Madness," featuring a fierce 16 from Nas.

He raps, "I'm hip-hop baby dad, and all of ya'll my litter, my little kids, and my label's Mass," while shouting out Future: "Nas pour Henny, Future pour Dirty Sprite."

The show started off with guest mixes from Majid Jordan and October Firm (Drake and Oliver El-Khatib). Drake also premiered his track, "Summer Sixteen." Though many feel "Summer Sixteen" stole the show, Nas' verse on "March Madness," was unexpected and quite the surprise.

Nas hasn't released an album Life is Good back in 2012, but he has definitely kept busy. According to Ambrosia for Heads, Nas was featured on tracks by Scarface, Jeezy and Dave East last year. Nas also signed Dave East to his label, Mass Appeal, in Summer 2014. Along with Dave East, Boldy James, Fashawn, Gangrene, Pimp C and Run the Jewels.

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