Nas just made a brand new theme song to Garfield and Friends with this joint.
Nas is one of the greatest rappers of all-time, but he is also one of the more experimental ones, too. Throughout the years, the New York native has dabbled in jazz, instilling his own gritty flavor into the equation each time. In “Jarreau of Rap (Skatt Attack),” Nas takes things up a notch, gifting us with a funky ass tune that sounds like a hip-hop version of a Bill Nye The Science Guy tune. Don’t get me wrong, you get very wisdom-filled contributions by Nas on this track, it’s just accompanied by colorful jazz and high-pitched singing by the legendary Al Jarreau and Keyon Harrold.
Nas definitely moves to the beat of his own drum… When it comes to this song, that drum is all over the place.