Tag Archive | Nipsey Hussle
Closing out 2018 with a bang, Nipsey Hussle‘s “Victory Lap” album has blessed countless Album of the Year lists, stages, & has even gained itself a Grammy nomination. In light of all that excitement, it’s only right that the album titled track gets to be brought to life via a visual. Directed by Sergio, the […]
After a phenomenal year with the release of “Victory Lap“, touring, hitting Rolling Loud Los Angeles, & snagging a Grammy nomination, Nipsey Hussle wraps up the year with the release of “Perfect Timing.” As he speaks on being aware of his creativity he regrets making n***as wait. Knowing that the talents he holds within his […]
Off his Victory Lap album, Nipsey Hussle & Buddy hit the streets of Los Angeles to smoke good weed & drive expensive cars in their latest visual. As Hussle stated in a previous interview, each track done with Buddy will be titled “Status Symbol” & here we have been gifted with a part three. Opening up […]
Nipsey Hussle’s “Victory Lap” is set to be released in February, if you haven’t already you can pre-order it now. To hold yourself over the next month, a visual for “Last Time That I Checc’d” has been released. It begins with Nispey riding down the boulevard hanging out the passenger side window, then cutting to […]
With the announcement of an album to be released in February 2018, a new track, & music video.. Nipsey Hussle has music lovers looking forward to the new year more than ever. The cover art for “Victory Lap” shows Nipsey chillin’ in his convertible, clearly unfazed and enjoying the moment. The visual for single “Rap […]
Nipsey Hussle has been releasing track after track every Monday for his #MarathonMondays series, and now he closes it all out with a new mixtape, Slauson Boy 2, which includes the songs he has released over the last couple of months. Listen to the project below.
Nipsey Hussle keeps his Marathon Mondays going, although he was a couple minutes late but he still delivered. Nipsey taps fellow California rapper Mozzy to have a verse on the song with both rapping over a beat that, unlike its title, is hard enough. Listen to “Ain’t Hard Enough” below.