Life is sweet.
In honor of his forty eighth birthday on Tuesday (Sept. 14), Nas celebrates Black excellence within the video for “Brunch on Sundays,” his collaboration with Blxst off his newest album King’s Illness II. Directed by Omar Jones, the feel-good clip finds Nas sitting right down to brunch along with his family and friends together with LeBron James, Swizz Beatz, and Russell Westbrook on the rooftop of West Hollywood hotspot Catch.
Wearing all white, the brunch crew—which additionally contains Blxst, Cordae, and Nas’ daughter Future—feasts on lobster, oysters, and waffles. The monitor’s producer, Hit-Boy, and his son additionally make cameos. At one level, Lil Rel Howery raises a toast to Nas, who he calls “one of many OGs within the recreation.”
“Brunch on Sundays” is a standout off King’s Illness II, which options appearances from Eminem, Lauryn Hill, EPMD, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, YG, and extra.
Watch Nas rejoice his favourite day of the week.