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Olu Dara

About Olu Dara

Oula Dara (born January 12, 1941) is a jazz cornetist, guitarist, and singer. He is most well-known for being the father of the legendary rapper Nas and featuring on a few of his songs, such as “Bridging the Gap” and “Street’s Disciple”.

Dara has released two albums, In the World: From Natchez to New York (1998) and Neighborhoods (2001).