|Nas performs at Upstate Concert Hall Nov. 9|
Ranked as one of the most influential rappers in history, the Brooklyn native (born in Crown Heights) has sold over thirteen million records since he broke out in 1991, with hip hop group Main
The November 9 show is the sixth stop on this brief tour throughout the U.S. and fans can expect favorites like "N.Y. State of Mind" and "Hate Me Now."
What separates this particular show from the rest of the tour is the fact that this is going to be the most intimate venue that Nas performs in.
His show in Clifton Park lines up again other markets like New York City, Chicago, and Philadelphia.
That's about 36,000 people compared to over 8 million in some cases.
So for those who have followed his career since his beginning, to those who only know "One Mic," make sure you grab your friends and check out this rare opportunity!
Tickets are still available and run for $30 in advance and $35 the day of the show.
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"Hate Me Now"