Nakai leads ‘Nadia Naked’ deluxe with Vic Mensa feature
Nothing can step on the run Nadia Nakai is on right now. The first lady of Family Tree has dropped off the deluxe version of Nadia Naked, featuring new songs, including the much-talked-about Practice that lends a verse from Vic Mensa.
Nadia Nakai drops Nadia Naked deluxe: Where to download
Nadia Naked 2 includes five brand new songs added to the 17-track LP. Nakai was generous enough to gift fans with three solo performances on Addicted, Rider and Head Off.
The deluxe album is available for purchase or download on every digital streaming platform. If you have an Apple Music subscription, you can stream the album in its entirety below:
Nakai gets gold plaque for More Drugs
The good news continued to roll in for Nakai. On Friday, the gold plaque for More Drugs, the song she featured Tshego, arrived on the rapstress’ doorstep.
“It took patience, hard work and a lot of practice and [I’m]not letting anybody get me down. Look guys I finally got a plaque! More Drugs is certified gold! Thank you! I’m screaming!” she exclaimed on Twitter.