“All my life. Been grindin all my life. Sacrificed. Hustled, paid the price.” Nipsey Hussle has built a powerful persona based largely on his hunger to beat the odds and live a life bigger than his wildest expectations. “Grindin All My Life” is the personification of the hunger that’s made him so successful, thus far. . . .
Stream Ricky Rozay’s refinanced version of “Buy Back The Block” Rick Ross is back with the remix aka refinanced version of “Buy Back the Block” which originally featured 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. This time around, he shares the wealth with Nipsey Hussle, E-40, Slim Thug, and Fat Joe. Rozay has me thinking long term. . . .
You’d be hard pressed to find a Nipsey Hussle track that doesn’t sound heavily West Coast-influenced. His latest drop, “Mark My Words,” fulfills expectations. The Mike & Keys and Jake One-produced single features a smooth guest verse from Maybach Music Group head honcho Rick Ross. Stream “Mark My Words” below.
West Coast frontrunner Nipsey Hussle follows up his birthday celebration with a 17-track new mixtape called Slauson Boy 2, that features all of the Marathon Mondays songs he’s been releasing. Guest features include Snoop Dogg, Young Thug, Dave East, and Kirko Bangz. Stream Slauson Boy 2 below and expect more information about Nipsey’s forthcoming Victory Lap . . .
West Coast heavy hitter Nipsey Hussle continues his prolific run with the release of “Mercy,” an ominous track featuring vocals from Stacy Barthe. The dark, almost robotic-sounding production courtesy of Mike & Keyz serves as an excellent backdrop for Nipsey’s emphatic delivery. Stream “Mercy” below.
Nipsey Hussle balls like he is supposed to on his latest offering, “Shell Shocked.” It’s a quick hit at 2 minutes long, but the dynamic production keeps things interesting in a way that packs a a bigger story into a short track. Stream the Mike & Keys-produced song below.
Head back to Crenshaw with Nipsey Hussle in his new video for “Picture Me Rollin,” which attacks the issue of police brutality head on. The video shows Nipsey and friends being harassed and detained by police. Watch the video for “Picture Me Rollin” below.
Nipsey Hussle makes it clear that he has a hustler’s ambition with his latest release, “I Don’t Stress.” He communicates a “by any means,” “me against the world” attitude through his rhymes, making clear that he’ll never fold despite the circumstances. Look for more information about his Neighborhood Nip album in the near future Stream . . .
West Coast heavy hitter Nipsey Hussle makes another splash with the brooding sounds of “Clarity,” featuring guest vocals from Bino Rideaux and a guest verse from Dave East. Nipsey and Dave display equal levels of intensity. Stream “Clarity” below.
Nipsey Hussle proves that he’s up on Vine culture, gets a feature from the one and only Snoop Dogg, and keeps things undeniably West Coast at the same damn time with “Question #1.” The bass. The synths. The G-funk influences. Certain elements such as these are fundamental elements of an iconic West Coast hip-hop track, and Nipsey . . .
Nipsey Hussle has some heat on his hands with his “Status Symbol 2.” First of all, let’s talk about the production, which comes to us courtesy of Mike & Keys & DJ Khalil & Mars and Tariq Beats. The beat is full of luxurious melodies, but still has plenty of bass to make your speakers . . .
Nipsey Hussle pulls in guest features from Young Thug and Mozzy for his latest release, the smooth riding, Mike Free-produced “I Do This.” This marks the return of Nipsey’s ongoing Marathon Mondays series. Look for more intel about a new project from Nipsey in the near future. Stream “I Do This” below.
Nipsey Hussle reminds us that he isn’t afried to live large with his select group of friends and associates in his latest drop, “Ocean Views.” Produced by Mike & Keys and DJ Khalil, it has a breezy feel to it that is a perfect lead into the warmer weather that’s (hopefully) on the way. Stream . . .
“Reagan sold Coke, Obama sold hope. Donald Trump spent his trust fund money on the vote. I’m from a place that you probably can’t go. Spitting for some people that you probably ain’t know.” YG and Nipsey Hussle have a very strong message for Donald Trump, his supporters, and the under-represented in their latest politically . . .
YG keeps it West Coast on his latest drop, “I Wanna Benz.” The London On Da Track-produced cut is a certified banger, featuring guest drops from 50 Cent and Nipsey Hussle. I can already picture this knocking on my car speakers. Stream “I Wanna Benz” below.