Life is not good, but great for the homie Nas.
The rapper recently released one of the most critically acclaimed albums of his career, Life is Good.
Nas, who was dressed up in a classic '90s getup of army fatigue shorts, matching bucket hat and a white tee, ran through a section of his old classics and new hits.
The rapper performed iconic tracks from his catalogue like "The World is Yours," "If I Ruled The World" and "One Mic."
He didn’t forget to bring it back to present day, when he performed standout songs from Life is Good like "No Introduction," "Daughters," "The Don," which is his latest album's first single, and his ode to ex-wife Kelis, “Bye Baby.”
Throughout the hour-long performance, the rapper always seemed like he was in a jolly mood, constantly bantering with the crowd and cracking jokes (the rapper said that he texted ex-wife Kelis saying, "Can we make love just one more time?')
It was a fun night for all to see because iHeartRadio and NYC Power 105.1 were live streaming the show!
If you didn't catch Nas in NYC, check out pics of the memorable night in the gallery above.