The year was 1999. As the millennium approached and a rumored massive computer crash threatened our very existence, Nas began to fancy himself a prophet. That November, the Queens-born MC released Nastradamus, an album themed around his own predictions for the years ahead. Like Illmatic, the cover art featured a portrait of the rapper set against the Queensbridge projects where he grew up—this time, though, Nas was cloaked and contemplative. The video for the album’s lead single showed him piloting a space shuttle into his QB stomping grounds. While bewildered residents looked on, Nas outlined his vision for the future. Some of his predictions came to pass, others seem far-fetched. So would he make it as a professional soothsayer? Let's take a look at Nastradamus' trendcasting and see...