Nipsey Hussle Ft. Rick Ross – 1 Hunnit A Show (Prod. By Hit-Boy)

Nipsey Hussle Ft. Rick Ross – 1 Hunnit A Show (Prod. By Hit-Boy)

Some rappers can’t go away for a while and then come back to the same buzz. Nipsey Hussle can. He’s done it year after year as he takes time to craft music that’ll last longer than the short expectancy of the internet. He’s got a loyal set of fans. After dropping “50 Niggaz” last week, Neighborhood Nip teams up with Rick Ross for “1 Hunnit A Show.” Anytime you see a Nipsey Hussle and Rick Ross collaboration, its grounds for excitement. Their chemistry has been solid whether it’s them collaborating or both being featured on someone else’s song. “1 Hunnit… continue reading

share on:   |  
Nipsey Hussle – 50 Niggaz (Prod. By 1500 Or Nothin’, Mike & Keys)

Nipsey Hussle – 50 Niggaz (Prod. By 1500 Or Nothin’, Mike & Keys)

Only a couple hours removed from his surprise return to the squared circle, Nipsey Hussle liberates the first record off his upcoming Mailbox Money album. The wait for his debut album, Victory Lap, has left fans on the edges of their seats. While he wants to give them what they’re asking for, there’s a time and place for that. In the mean time, Mailbox Money will serve as an album before the album. With newcomers Mike & Keys co-producing “50 Niggaz” with Nip’s regulars, 1500 Or Nothin’, we get a really bouncy production with a sample of Outkast’s “Jazzy Belle”… continue reading

share on:   |  
Nipsey Hussle – Count Up That Loot (Prod. By DJ Drew Byrd)

Nipsey Hussle – Count Up That Loot (Prod. By DJ Drew Byrd)

While on the Crenshaw Tour, Nipsey Hussle is plotting to deliver a series of records in no particular order. “Count Up That Loot” is an ideal record coming off the huge success that was the mixtape and the cash that he and his team pocketed. With DJ Drew Byrd (Dom Kennedy’s DJ) providing the relaxed production, Nip goes pretty tough on the verses. Victory Lap coming out later this year. Previously: Video: Nipsey Hussle Discusses Hip-Hop Writers & Kendrick Lamar’s GQ Story Backlash Follow @SermonsDomain

share on:   |  

Video: Nipsey Hussle Discusses Hip-Hop Writers & Kendrick Lamar’s GQ Story Backlash

Amidst all his musical success last year, Nipsey Hussle is and always will be one smart individual. His Crenshaw idea was the perfect jump-start for his upcoming debut album, Victory Lap, and could potentially be a game changer in some way, shape or form. There’s a lot of passion for hip-hop running through his veins as he inspires worldwide and provides a voice for the voiceless. Sitting down with The STASHED, Neighborhood Nip shared his opinion on what writers need to do before they actually write about hip-hop. “They gotta love the culture that they writing about,” he says. “Can’t… continue reading

share on:   |  
Hit-Boy Ft. Nipsey Hussle – Alert

Hit-Boy Ft. Nipsey Hussle – Alert

“You ain’t felt this shit since The Chronic” is what Hit-Boy and Nipsey Hussle say on “Alert.” Apparently we as fans were missing “that G shit.” A heavy hyperbole that shouldn’t take away from the record actually being good. Hit-Boy is working on his next project, while Nipsey is preparing his debut album Victory Lap. Previously: Hit-Boy Ft. Rockie Fresh – SomeWhereInAmerica (Freestyle) Follow @SermonsDomain

share on:   |  
R. Kelly Ft. Nipsey Hussle & Too Short – My Story (Remix)

R. Kelly Ft. Nipsey Hussle & Too Short – My Story (Remix)

R. Kelly is letting several coasts tell their story in multiple remixes for “My Story.” While the song itself might have not been so memorable on Black Panties, due out on Tuesday, these remixes are giving it life. On the L.A. remix, we have Too Short and Nipsey Hussle recounting their upbringings in this industry. Don’t forget about the Chicago version with Rockie Fresh and Katie Got Bandz. Previously: R. Kelly – Lights On Follow @Yancymckiddy

share on:   |