Nas - Street Dreams

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Music video by Nas performing Street Dreams. (C) 1996 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. 

"Street Dreams" is a 1996 single by American rapper Nas. The song was It Was Written's second hit, following the success of "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)". "Street Dreams" contains samples from the Eurythmics recording "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" and Linda Clifford's "Never Gonna Stop". A remix, including an appearance from R. Kelly, was released shortly after the original. It featured samples from the Isley Brothers' "Choosey Lover". Another Remix For "Street Dreams" Was Done By Pete Rock But It Never Came Out. It Was Unreleased & Only Heard On Hot 97's Future Flavas With Pete Rock & Marley Marl Back In 1996. 

The big-budget video directed by Hype Williams was an allusion to the Martin Scorsese film Casino.

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