Nas has just dropped the elegant new visuals for his song “Brunch on Sundays” featuring Blxst and he’s joined by LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Swizz Beatz, Hit-Boy, Cordae, and Lil Rel Howery at Catch LA to enjoy a meal surrounded by lush flora and some amazing looking food.
Directed by Omar Jones and executive produced by Peter Brittenbender and Annie Chen of Mass Appeal, Nas fully embodies the essence of having brunch on Sundays in this new music video by bringing your loved ones together after a long weekend to enjoy great food and great company. The supporting cast of the video is dressed in all-white as Nas waxes poetic on the ins and outs of the common meal function.
At the midway point of the video, actor and comedian Lil Rel Howery delivers a toast to the hip-hop legend. The video wraps with a montage of images running in the background until a black and white portrait of Nas alongside other influential people like Michelle Obama, Denzel Washington, and Drake closes it out.
“Brunch on Sundays” is a track off of Nas’ latest album, King’s Disease II. The project, which is a sequel to his Grammy Award-winning album, features appearances from Eminem, YG, an elusive verse from Lauryn Hill, and more. The album finished its first week with 56,000 total album-equivalent units and landed at the No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
Check out the new music video for Nas’ song “Brunch on Sundays” featuring Blxst and a slew of cameos from LeBron James, Swizz Beatz, Hit-Boy, and more up top.