Nipsey Hussle’s close friend, collaborator, and All Money In Records rapper, J Stone, appeared on The Bootleg Kev Podcast to assure the late rapper’s fans there’s a follow up to Victory Lap in the works. The posthumous album will tap in a variety of artists in the unreleased tracks and verses many of his producers hadn’t even heard before his passing.
He mentioned how there are enough tracks left behind in order to produce a posthumous album for his fans. “You know what, it’s gonna definitely be another Nip album,” J Stone shares. “But it’s All Money In, we ain’t gonna… do it just because. If they would have held onto his music a little bit more, it would have been received different. But the music was still good and we needed it at that time.”
His final album before his death, Victory Lap was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Rap Album category in 2019. Since then, his posthumous appearances include J Stone’s newest album and Big Sean’s “Deep Reverence,” earning him a Grammy nomination. He won two Grammys for best Rap Performance for “Racks In The Middle” featuring Roddy Rich and best Rap/Sung Performance for “Higher” with DJ Khaled and John Legend.
As we wait for the album to drop, Ava DuVernay (Girl’s Trip, Selma, When They See Us) will be directing a documentary based on the late rapper set to release on Netflix.
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