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Nas Rapper collaborates with New York's Sweet Chick restaurant

The restaurant’s owner John Seymour hopes to expand in NYC with the help of the Queensbridge emcee.

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Nas teams up with Sweet Chick (seen here with ceo, John Seymour) for expansion plan play

Nas teams up with Sweet Chick (seen here with ceo, John Seymour) for expansion plan

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Nas has a stroke a new deal to assist the New York-based soul food restaurant chain Sweet Chick to expand into other parts of the state.

According to reports, the restaurant’s owner John Seymour hopes to open a third NYC location and possibly one on the west coast with the help of the Queensbridge emcee. Noting they already exist in the Lower East Side section of Manhattan and in Brooklyn.

In a statement to celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Lower East Side location on June 17, Seymour said:

''As we continue to grow and develop the Sweet Chick brand, we want to align with partners and artists that understand what we represent. When conceptualizing Sweet Chick, we understood the history of chicken & waffles and wanted to have an amazing product while paying homage to its roots within the music community of NYC. Music has played a huge part in defining who we are and with Nas (my favorite rapper) on board, it’s a dream come true and we can truly move forward with a ‘NY state of Mind’ and introduce SWEET CHICK to a bigger audience.''

Nas is involved in the Sprite's Obey Your Verse campaign where his lyrics will appear on Sprite cans for the entire summer.

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