"We've been recording in a studio, where people like Mick Jagger are recording. No one knew who we were," Nas' manager, Anthony Saleh, tells Billboard. "We're going to Miami this week to finish it up and we're aiming to tour for the album this summer."
The album will be released in the spring. But under which label no one knows just yet, because Nas is signed to Def Jam, while Marley records for Universal. A portion of the proceeds will go toward building a school in Africa, though details are still being solidified.