Nas' manager (Aymen) Anthony Saleh stood on a podium in a private room of Cecconi's West Hollywood restaurant to toast his client's four Grammy Awared nominations for 2013.
"I want to toast how far my dear friend Nas has come, especially in this past year," said Saleh, surrounded by Nas, his entourage, business partners, press and friends.
Nas' agent, Anthony Saleh, did not return a message seeking comment on Thursday.Nas had been scheduled to appear in Luanda for concerts on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
He was widely reported to have performed at a New Year's Eve party held by Miami Heat basketball star LeBron James.
Anthony Saleh, manager to rap veteran Nas, has stepped up to dismiss all reports claiming that God's Son has launched a new record label called "Kings & Queens."Without providing much detail to the origin of the rumor, manager Anthony Saleh says there is no truth behind the recent reports of Nas' up and coming new music label.
During an interview with MTV's RapFix Live, Tyga said that recent collaborator Nas had started a new label called Kings and Queens.
However, Nas' manager, Anthony Saleh, tells XXLMag.com no such endeavor exists.
When contacted by XXLMag.com, Saleh said the report was "not true.
Anthony Saleh, manager to rap veteran Nas, has stepped up to dismiss all reports claiming that God's Son has launched a new record label called "Kings & Queens."
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