“Accident Murderers” opens with the euphoric sounds of a organ playing, followed by “choiresque” background vocals. Then, Nas examines the fabric of humanity; providing irony, sadness, and truth through the art of storytelling. This yearn to give a voice to the “voiceless”, combined with the innate ability vividly describe the scenarios of street life, is profound. Rick Ross provides a peak into the mind of this individual.
Another masterpiece, forcing us to look into the mirror and think about the potential ramifications of our actions, not just to ourselves, but others around us. In doing so, we may become a better human being, and Nas may have a little to do with that… a pretty monumental achievement.