In today’s Wired Tracks, Hip-Hop Wired highlights two fresh releases from a few of the West Coast’s finest MCs.
Nipsey Hussle Apologizes For Co-Signing “Black Girls Disgrace” Tweet, K. Michelle Calls It “F*cking Sickening”
All celebrities from every walk of life know by now that social media can be a PR trap. Nipsey Hussle has found himself embroiled in such a mix thanks to a controversial joke he replied to on Twitter.
Note to rappers who sip on lean—Burbank cops know the ingredients. Nipsey Hussle found this out the hard way since he was popped for codeine possession.
Trinidad James is a lot wiser than most people give him credit and he knows that his golden status can be used for the greater good of the Hip-Hop culture. He also loves his basketball and he blended his celebrity and sports savvy for a dope event early this month.
Your friendly neighborhood Nipsey Hussle has another independent success story on his hands in the wake of the release of his new album, Mailbox Money.
Boosted by his Proud 2 Pay campaign, Nipsey Hussle has generated a new project that is too rich for his Crip blood.
This is vexing. After revealing the tracklist for Mailbox Money, a new Nipsey Hussle track called “Choke,” featuring Rich Gang’s Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, hits the Internets.
After announcing a $1000 album, Mailbox Money, to be the next phase of the “Proud 2 Pay” movement, Nipsey Hussle delivers a new, Rick Ross-assisted track titled “1 Hunnit A Show.”
Nipsey Hussle has ended the speculation on how he is going to top his last $100 price tag for Crenshaw. The solution is simply adding another zero to the receipt.
Noisey created and for weeks have teased “The Rap Monument,” an upcoming 30-minute posse cut featuring 30 rappers from three cities. Today, we receive a preview of what’s to come via contributions from Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Retch, and Bryant Dope.
Nipsey Hussle has kept a relatively love profile since being arrested right before appearing on the Made In America 2014 stage.
Obtaining a platinum album in any musical genre isn’t easy but in 2014, it’s damn near impossible.