Nipsey Hussle & Rick Ross Enjoy The Perks Of The Spotlight On A Hit-Boy Track (Audio)

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Following the precise wordplay and honesty of “50 Niggaz,” Nipsey Hussle returns to his (other) form on “1 Hunnit A Show.” The sophomore Mailbox Money (December 20) look also incorporates numbers, as the Crenshaw District MC joins Rick Ross on a thumping Hit-Boy track.

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The two MCs have found fame in very different trajectories, but historically sound great together. A couple years ago, many Heads projected Nipsey to be the latest power-signing at Maybach Music Group. However, selling his Mailbox Money for $1,000 a copy, following the $100 power-play of Crenshaw, a $100,000 a show seems to be a low valuation, even to the “Shark Tank” team.

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