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Nas Amir

Reintroducing Nas Amir a native of Brooklyn New York. A bassist, composer & producer who has now moved to the forefront as an artist as well. Nas Amir studied @ Harlem’s well known Jazz Mobile School & one of Brooklyn’s finest, The Brooklyn Muse. Nas Amir studied bass and music theory at both institutions and with Spike Lee’s father Bill Lee at The Brooklyn Muse. He has worked with musicians and producers such as Brian Jackson, keyboardest with Gil Scott Heron, Fareed Haqq, guitarist extraodinaire who has played for Jeffrey Osborne and Chaka Khan. Nas Amir has also worked with Arnett Leftenant, formally of the R&B/Funk group Cameo, and he’s worked with world renowned pianist Onaje Allen Gumbs. Musical influences include John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Stanley Clark, Jeff Lorber, Gerald Albright, James Brown, Jonathan Butler, Cameo, Mary J Blige & The Notorious BIG to name a few. Nas Amir has been away from music for a while but now he’s back with an independent project, “Dare To Dream Again”


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