Victory Lap Nipsey Hussle
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- 1Victory Lap (feat. Stacy Barthe)03:58
- 2Rap Niggas03:46
- 3Last Time That I Checc'd (feat. YG)03:45
- 4Young Nigga (feat. Puff Daddy)03:56
- 5Dedication (feat. Kendrick Lamar)04:05
- 6Blue Laces 204:10
- 7Hussle & Motivate04:18
- 8Status Symbol 3 (feat. Buddy)05:05
- 9Succa Proof03:21
- 10Keyz 2 The City 2 (feat. TeeFlii)03:05
- 11Grinding All My Life02:55
- 12Million While You Young (feat. The-Dream)04:24
- 13Loaded Bases (feat. CeeLo Green)03:11
- 14Real Big (feat. Marsha Ambrosius)06:22
- 15Double Up (feat. Belly and Dom Kennedy) (Bonus Track)06:01
- 16Right Hand 2 God (Bonus Track)03:07
Info for Victory Lap
Nipsey Hussle is celebrating life with the release of his highly-anticipated debut Victory Lap, which arrives today.
The 14-song album features an acclaimed roster of famous voices, including YG (“Last Time That I Checc’d”), Puff Daddy (“Young Ni**a”), Kendrick Lamar (“Dedication”), The-Dream (“Million While You Young”), CeeLo Green (“Loaded Bases”), and Marsha Ambrosius (“Real Big”), among others.
Although many guests will be appearing on the album, the Crenshaw rapper has said that it will be a deeply personal narrative. “It’s the story of Nipsey Hussle, this dude who came from L.A., whose dad came from Africa, who was raised in the inner city of Los Angeles in the ’90s, when gang banging was at its peak, when all of the political riots, everything that was going on with LAPD, and all that stuff in L.A. was at its peak,” he told Rap-Up.
However, the album is also meant to reveal a multi-layered side of Hussle’s background. “But then, who also was raised around books, whose mom put pressure on him to read, and whose dad watched CNN all day,” he added. “It’s an interesting take on South Central.”
You already know what it is. From the way he greets you, to the words that he speaks. The uniform he wears is bold, aggressive and absolutely intimidating. He’s authentic - the offspring of the West Coast’s most celebrated talent - yet and still a novelty all his own. In an industry that’s fallen victim to bubble gum lyrics and erroneous dance fads to match, he’s the spokesperson the block wants for. He’s the sociopolitical outrage of Ice Cube and N.W.A. He’s Snoop Dogg before you knew his name and Ice T after an unexpected knock at 6 o’clock in the morning. He’s the very definition of Slauson & Crenshaw - a self-inspired movement and a name you can trust. He is Nipsey Hussle.
A devout member of the Rolling Sixty Crips, Nipsey Hussle emerged from one of the most respected sets in Los Angeles. Situated in the middle of South Central, he’s as poised a banger as there comes. “I try to keep a balance with my career and who I am aside from that.” says Nipsey. “It’s kinda hard, but I try to stay the same nigga and balance both worlds. You don’t wanna forget where you come from and at the same time, you don’t wanna fuck off your blessing tryna live the same lifestyle you been living.”
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