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Review: Nipsey Hussle – Mailbox Money

Review: Nipsey Hussle – Mailbox Money

Nipsey Hussle’s model for releasing music is the future. There’s absolutely no reason to give us an entire album for free. While there are plenty of fans who don’t buy music, there are enough that to do throw it on iTunes too. Offering a paid and free option is an advantage for Nipsey. He also adds in his proud 2 pay campaign idea. For Mailbox Money, his “album before the album,” fans can pay $1,000 to get a physical copy and exclusive access to a listening session for his debut album. A steep price, but Nipsey proved doubters when he made… continue reading

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Free Album: Nipsey Hussle – Mailbox Money

Free Album: Nipsey Hussle – Mailbox Money

Nipsey Hussle’s albums are always so well put together. They stand the test of time in this microwave era, and that’s hard to do. Nipsey can be gone for almost a year and come back to the same buzz, if not more, as his last project. It’s an interesting cheat code that he’s used to his advantage. That, and his unique marketing style ($1,000 option, iTunes option and free) is the future. There’s no reason to offer a free album solely free. Neighborhood Nip realized this and found a way to still drum up fans who want to pay. They’re… continue reading

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Nipsey Hussle Ft. Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan – Choke (Prod. By London On Da Track)

Nipsey Hussle Ft. Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan – Choke (Prod. By London On Da Track)

The first time that Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan and Nipsey Hussle were on a record was on Rich Gang Vol. 1′s “Throw Yo Hood Up.” It was a nice addition to the second half of the project. During those sessions, the trio must’ve done more records, and that’s how we’re getting “Choke.” It’s not listed on the track listing for Mailbox Money, dropping tomorrow, for unknown reasons. “Choke” is tough, though. London On Da Track supplies them with a banger. Since London is the go-to producer for Thugger and RHQ, they already sound natural. Check out the track list… continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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