Los Angeles emcee Nipsey Hussle has unleashed his latest mixtape, Crenshaw.
The artist's first release since dropping The Marathon Continues back in 2011, the project packs a total of 21 original tracks, including reader-approved singles "Checc Me Out," "Blessings" and "All Get Right." Throughout the set, Hussle is joined by a variety of noteworthy collaborators, among them Dom Kennedy, James Fauntleroy, Rick Ross, Skeme and Slim Thug. Beats come courtesy of 9th Wonder, 1500 or Nothin, Cozmo, The Futuristics, Teeflii and more.
True fans and loyalists can purchase a special, limited edition $100 hard copy of the album via iamproud2pay.com.
Fans can also check out Nipsey Hussle's previous albums: Nipsey Hussle - Bullets Ain’t Got No Names Vol. 3
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