Life Is Good is the eleventh studio album by American rapper Nas. It was recorded at various studios in New York and California, and produced primarily by No I.D. and Salaam Remi. Nas wrote the album after his divorce from recording artist Kelis and compared it to Marvin Gaye's 1978 record Here, My Dear. He wanted to vent personal feelings and address moments in his life in his songs, while drawing on 1980s hip hop influences for the album's production in order to complement its nostalgic tone.
This album comes with a parental advisory warning of explicit content.
A Queens Story4:35
World's An Addiction5:01
Summer On Smash4:20
You Wouldn't Understand4:36