Currently preparing to drop Vol. 3 of his Bullets Ain’t Got No Name mixtape series, Nipsey Hussle is back in the house with a brand new record. Though the Slauson boy has titled his latest Booth feature Army All By Myself, he has one of hip-hop’s late greats, as well as another loyal street soldier backing him up – in addition to enlisting Jay Rock for an opening verse, Hu$$le pays tribute to his roots by sampling an unreleased verse by the West Coast legend to end all legends, 2pac. All Money In collaborator June Summers once again handles hook duty, and Bang Out and Jonny Shipes complete the picture with midtempo, keyboard-and-funk bass beat. Bullets Ain’t Got No Name Vol. 3 is set to hit the ‘net in May, paving the way for the summer release of South Central State of Mind. In addition, DJBooth.net will be co-sponsoring the spring release of Cinematic‘s Good Talk Radio mixtape, which will be hosted by All-Star weekend Slam Dunk contest winner Nate Robinson.
Written by richard on 02/16/09
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