"Nas is my idol, I've looked up to him all my life. When I first heard his album 'Illmatic', it gave me the chills, I was inspired to tell my story. I saw him perform in Dubai recently" Divine said in a statement.
He added: "I was shook and inspired all over again. I cannot digest that I'm on the same beat as him. Big shoutout to everyone that made this happen. And Naezy is back."
Wayno said: "Working on 'NY se Mumbai', for me, was an affirmation of my understanding that hip-hop has a global reach, and cultures around the world are more similar than they are different."
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