Rap legend Nas has turned his hand to children's fiction as he gears up to release new children's book, 'I Know I Can.'
The book is named after the artist's 2002 hit song "I Can" off of his 'God's Son' album.
“I’ve always understood the limitless power of young people, and being a father has brought it even closer to home,” Nas said in a statement. “We’re introducing MAJR to prepare today’s youth for tomorrow’s world. Our goal is to help children of all backgrounds fully realize their potential by tapping into their creativity in new and innovative ways.”
The rapper also announced that he and Mass Appeal had launched a kids brand called MAJR.
“Our mission is to inspire future generations through the creation of unique toys, apparel, and innovative learning tools. Major is here to reflect the diverse hues of both the modern family and popular culture because education starts in the crib," the MAJR description reads.