The 25 Best Dirty South/New York Rap Collaborations of All Time

12. Rick Ross f/ Nas "Triple Beam Dreams" (2012)


Album: Rich Forever
Label: Maybach Music Group, Def Jam, Warner Bros. Records
Producer: J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League

Rick Ross' 2012 mixtape Rich Forever was packed with enough heat to have been sold in stores exactly as is, and the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League produced "Triple Beam Dreams" is one of the tape's highlights. Nas jumps on verse one spitting straight acid, and Ross follows up with his trademark drug dealer supervillain bars. The pairing was a winning one: Nas and Ross had already squared off on "It's a Tower Heist" off 2011's Tower Heist soundtrack, and they regrouped soon after Rich Forever for "Accident Murderers" from Nas' Life Is Good album.

Tags: rick_ross, nas
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