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As We Enter

"As We Enter"
Distant Relatives
Released February 23, 2010
Format CD single, digital download, 12"
Recorded 2009
Genre Hip hop, dancehall
Length 2:28
Label Universal Republic
Writer(s) Nasir Jones, Damian Marley
Producer Damian Marley
Nas singles chronology

"Too Many Rappers"
(2009)
"As We Enter"
(2010)
"Ghetto Dreams"
(2011)

Damian Marley singles chronology
"Now That You Got It"
(2007)
"As We Enter"
(2010)
"Make It Bun Dem"
(2012)

"As We Enter" is the first single from Nas and Damian Marley's collaboration album, Distant Relatives. The track is produced by Damian Marley. There are no full verses in the song, but rather Nas and Damian Marley rap in call-and-response fashion. The track contains samples of Mulatu Astatke's song Yegelle Tezeta.

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles 16
U.S. Billboard Hot Digital R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 18
UK Singles Chart 39[1]

Remixes

A video was released by Kya Bamba on YouTube called 'We Speak No Jamaicano', a merge of As We Enter and the single We Speak No Americano by Yolanda Be Cool.

References

External links

YouTube


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