While fans still wait for the Nas album that was supposedly done following DJ Khaled’s last album, Khaled hits us with another Nas track, this time from his Grateful album.

Teaming up with Travis Scott, the new track, "Secured," gets visuals from Eif Rivera, which features Scott pulling off a robbery. After getting chased by the law, Scott eventually links up with Khaled and Nas.

"For them it was hustle or death, I reshuffled my deck/I gave myself a good hand/Probably ran through a hundred million/Per decade, I'm not phased/And I could spot you a hundred million/Before you could ever spot grays," Nas raps on his verse, while Travis Scott handles hook duties.

"Gettin' it, lyricist, idiots, you ain't nearin' this/Out of New York's biggest and richest/I'm the template, low-key the busiest/The game chose me, deal with it," Nas spits on the second verse.

 

Check out the "Secured" video above.

 

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