It may be hard to believe, but nearly two years have passed since the world lost Nipsey Hussle. In the days and weeks since his passing, Marathon Clothing sales have skyrocketed, a number of artists have released tribute tracks and he won a Grammy for his work on “Racks In The Middle” with Roddy Ricch. Continuing his legacy, All Money In’s J Stone honored his fallen friend with a new track called “LeBron James” with Dom Kennedy.
“LeBron James” is a welcomed surprise this holiday season. The new track features a guest verse from Dom Kennedy along with a few bars from the late Nipsey Hussle.
“Balling before my face was in The Source/I did my dirt, I had my reasons I was poor,” the Grammy winner rapped.
“LeBron James” is not the only posthumous Nipsey Hussle feature on J Stone’s The Definition of Pain. He also collaborated with Nipsey Hussle on “Started With Nothing” featuring T.I.
It’s not often that Nipsey Hussle verses arrive. Check out “Started With Nothing” and all of The Definition of Pain below.