Directed by Giancarlo Loffredo.
The next time I go to Nip’s shop, I’m not bringing anybody that’s wearing red. Can’t do it. I’m too old to be getting jumped like a trucker on Florence and Normandie on April 29th, 1992.
Interesting story (to me, at least): yesterday afternoon I finally made my way to Nipsey’s shop on Crenshaw and Slauson to grab some of the “Crenshaw” paraphernalia he sells, which has been on my bucket list since I got back to Los Angeles. As I bring what I wanted to purchase to the cashier, who’s ringing me up? Nipsey himself, alongside some of his family members.
Anyways, this cut (spotted at Ashley’s) is slated to be off June’s Hookman For Hire project coming out on January 28th.
The Visualiza’s 15th year anniversary edition of Doe Or Die, drops October 10. You see what he did there, right?
This shit right here? Smooth like a hot comb over some nappy-ass hair ©Big Boi. Props to GFCNY.
Fans of Jay Rock are gonna be quite pleased, as the Watts emcee will be dropping tracks daily during the month of August. I’m not 100% sure this is apart of the series, but the title sure does suggest it right?
Nipsey ventures out East for the final version of Speak My Language; now featuring Lloyd Banks & Cory Gunz. Bullets Ain’t Got No Names v.3 dropping soon. Shouts to Young!
Brand new video from Neighborhood Nipsey off that Bullets Ain’t Got No Names v.3 mixtape, coming soon!
Something new blue off Nipsey’s Bullets Ain’t Got No Names v.3, dropping on OnSMASH (and the dopehouse) soon.
Young! just came through with this track off Nip’s Bullet’s Ain’t Got No Names Volume 3, dropping next month at mi bretheren OnSMASH. In other words, if you’ve always wanted to be turnt up but were too scared to do it, you can live vicariously through this song.
Smoke Dza and June Summers are already back with the remix, in which they grabbed some of the highest rappers in the world… Devin the Dude & Curren$y (great choices btw) for the ride. Shouts to Mickey!