Street's Disciple is a double album by rapper Nas that was released on November 30, 2004 by Columbia Records. The album title was taken from Nas' first lyric in the Main Source track "Live at the Barbeque". The album cover is a digitally created image which uses several photos of Nas to create an adaptation of The Last Supper. Upon its release, Street's Disciple was met with mostly good reviews. Some fans and critics state that the album's unique concepts and tone is a flashback to Nas's most well-known and acclaimed work, 1994's Illmatic. As of November 18, 2005, Street's Disciple was certified platinum by the RIAA making it Nas' seventh consecutive platinum album. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.