Lonzo Ball may not believe so, but The Based God, whom I must pray to for a curse upon the Lakers, says Nas will always have a place in hip-hop, and always be relevant for his accomplishments. I'm not sure what he thinks of Street's Disciple though; it's generally considered the worst of Nas' post-STILLmatic work, and I can't say I disagree with the consensus. It's not that there isn't any good material here; quite the contrary in fact as the venomously sarcastic "These Are Our Hero's" and the interesting storytelling of the "Sekou Story" and "Live Now" tandem. That said, there's unfortunately a lot of filler here, and it's not just the filler that comes with almost every double album either; this stuff is everywhere. Nas himself sounds woefully uninterested on more than a couple of these songs as well, as does the production. When it hits, it hits hard, but they're a bit too few ant far between for this to be one of Nas' better works.