Nas performs at Heineken Red Star Access Chicago featuring Nas, Pusha T, DJ Kiss and hosted by Affion Crockett at House of Blues Chicago on August 18, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for Heineken)

Nas performs at Heineken Red Star Access Chicago featuring Nas, Pusha T, DJ Kiss and hosted by Affion Crockett at House of Blues Chicago on August 18, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for Heineken)

Share The GrioSubscribe to TheGrioShare The Grio

Nas probably wishes his personal life was matching his professional success right now. While he’s still riding the success of his acclaimed 10th album, Life Is Good,  the Queensbridge rapper recently lost his Georgia house to foreclosure.

According to TMZ, Nas was able to handle the bill for the property for $585,000 back in 2004 but unfortunately he couldn’t take care of the following payments that totaled up to $507,000.

theGrio: Nas’s tenth album ‘Life is Good’ debuts at number one

SunTrust, the bank who gave Nas the original loan, sold the house in a public auction last month to the tune of $348,000.

Slideshow: Ranking Nas’ 10 albums from worst to first

The mini-mansion is decked out with a custom theater, gym, and walk-in pool, which is a definite steal for the new homeowner.

Let’s hope for Nas’ sake that he’s able to take care of his money woes while he’s currently on tour with Lauryn Hill.

For more music news, follow Kyle Harvey on Twitter @HarveyWins.

Share The Grio Subscribe to TheGrio Share The Grio