Now that his Bullets Ain’t Got No Name mixtape series’ final installment is out online, Nipsey Hussle can finally concentrate on his long-awaited debut album, South Central State of Mind. Though the Cinematic/Epic brass still haven’t chosen an official lead single, Nipsey’s not off his grind—he’s currently working overtime to promote buzz record Hussle Is My Last Name. On the newly-released track, producer RALO forgos the typical bass/piano combo, instead backing Hussle’s energetic rhymes with a catchier, synth-heavy beat. The West Coast buzzmaker’s hotly-anticipated full-length drops December 22nd—in the meantime, fans can look forward to Hussle’s Booth-exclusive freestyle, coming in October.
Written by Burmy on 08/25/09
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