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The hip-hop artist played his Illmatic album in its entirety at the outdoor Cosmopolitan venue.

Five thoughts: Nas (October 17, Boulevard Pool)

October 20th, 2014

The hip-hop artist played his Illmatic album in its entirety at the outdoor Cosmopolitan venue.

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