Nas is often regarded as one of the best living rappers of all time. Last night he was a guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. He discussed his latest album, Nasir, which was recorded completely in Jackson, Wyoming and produced in it's entirety by Kanye West.

Nas talked about everything from his love of the Hip-Hop art form, his longevity in the game and what a different experience it was recording in the Cowboy State, including an amusing story about our wildlife.

His latest album, Nasir, is actually named after his government name (which is Nasir Jones). Nas also discussed why Kanye choose to do his sabbatical recording in Jackson Hole.

It's always nice to hear legends speak positively about Wyoming, especially on national television.