I Don't Stress
Thank you Nipsey Hussle, for continuing to make our Mondays more tolerable with fresh new music. He first kicked off Marathon Mondays at the end of April with the Young Thug-featuring "Thug Life." He hasn't missed a Monday since. Today's track, "I Don't Stress," is the 14th installment in the weekly series. Few rappers this year can touch such a prolific output.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Bino Rideaux & Dave East
Nipsey Hussle may have gotten himself into some legal trouble this past week, but Marathon Mondays must go on. After releasing "Picture Me Rollin" last Monday, he comes through this week with"Clarity" featuring a hook from Bino Rideaux and a verse from rapidly ascending Nas disciple Dave East.
Picture Me Rollin
Nipsey Hussle Feat. OverDoz.
As part of #MarathonMondays, Nipsey Hussle continues to roll out new music leading up to the release of his long awaited Victory Lap album.
It might be a holiday, but there are no days off for Nipsey Hussle. The rapper has been getting busy with the Soundcloud leaks lately, teasing fans or else getting them ready for his long-awaited and almost-turning-mythical album Victory Lap. In this effort, he's basically released a new song each week.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Mitchy Slick
The inspired tear of Nipsey Hussle continues. He's now dropped nine consecutive "Marathon Monday" tracks, and it still looks like it's full steam ahead for the Crenshaw rapper, who's enjoying one of the best years of his career. Here's the fourth new song he's released in June, following "Down as a Great" (feat. Kirko Bangz), "Question #1" (feat. Snoop Dogg), and "Ain't Hard Enough" (feat. Mozzy). His latest, "Full Time," features San Diego rapper Mitchy Slick.
Ain't Hard Enough
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Mozzy
Coming in a few minutes late, Nipsey Hussle thankfully returns with another release in his #MarathonMonday series.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Snoop Dogg
Nipsey Hussle has vowed to released one song per week until his long-awaited album Victory Lap has been released. This week, Nipsey Hussle links up with kindred spirit Snoop Dogg on "Question #1," arguably the best #MarathonMondays track to date. Produced by Myguymars & Mike & Keys, "Question #1" is organized around a thick 'n' thunderous West Coast bass line. We are living in the midst of a G-funk revival. Nipsey and Snoop are two of the most consistent rappers in the game, and they come with their usual levels of intensity/steez.
Down As A Great
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Kirko Bangz
While we're still unsure what's actually happening (or not happening) with Nipsey Hussle's Victory Lap album, the rapper has, at least, been keeping his name alive in the blogosphere with a recent string of Soundcloud leaks starting in May. He's teamed up with collaborators for most of the leaks, from Young Thug to Young Dolph to Buddy and more.
Status Symbol 2
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Buddy
Nipsey Hussle has been on a roll lately, turning in collaborations with Young Thug, Mozzy, and YG over the last few months, sounding more inspired than ever. Today, he's delivered "Status Symbol 2," a sequel to his 2014 collab with Buddy, who returns this time around, breaking his recent silence with a memorable hook.
I Do This
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Young Thug & Mozzy
The return of Nipsey Hussle has been one of the most enjoyable developments of 2016. His album, whenever it arrives, is sounding like it'll be scary good. Today, he's back with his fifth new record in the past month, "I Do This." It's also his second recent collab with Young Thug, following "Thug Life." They're proving to be an unexpectedly powerful pair. "I Do This" also features one of California's most promising young rappers in Sacramento's Mozzy. The track is produced by Mike Free, and it begins with an intro from one of Nipsey's affiliates, Sinister Pook.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Bino & Young Dolph
Nipsey Hussle has been on a killing spree lately. He's back today with "The Field," his fourth new track since the end of April, when he began rolling out the new music with the Young Thug-featuring "Thug Life." "The Field" features a little-known rapper called Bino, who sounds like Tory Lanez, as well as Memphis trapper Young Dolph. The song is produced by Mike & Keys and Tariq Beats.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. G Perico
Nispey Hussle has been very active in 2016.
For Nipsey Hussle fans disappointed by his "Thug Life" collab with Young Thug, he bounces back in a big way with this week's #MarathonMondays release "Ocean Views."
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Young Thug
As we learned last week, Nipsey Hussle and Young Thug connected for a song called "Thug Life." After teasing the song to fans, the duo are ready to unleash the collaboration, thank you Based God cause this Monday's songs list was looking weak (although admittedly it's only Noon).
Nipsey Hussle & YG
This one is gonna be an anthem heading into election season. YG and Nipsey Hussle were recently in the studio together, and it’s very possible they put this track together during those sessions. “FDT” stands for “Fuck Donald Trump,” and the song doesn’t stray far from that theme.
I Wanna Benz
YG Feat. Nipsey Hussle & 50 Cent
At the end of a fairly quiet year for YG, the Bompton rapper has come through tonight with a huge collab off his upcoming sophomore album Still Krazy. The new track, "I Wanna Benz," features Nipsey Hussle and 50 Cent and is produced by London on da Track. What a lineup. The track was premiered by Oliver El-Khatib on episode 12 of OVO Sound Radio.
Ain't Nothin New
Jadakiss Feat. Ne-Yo & Nipsey Hussle
Jada surprised us last night with a collab with Future, "You Can See," and he's now back with another exciting collab, "Ain't Nothin New," featuring two artists who we haven't heard in quite some time, Ne-Yo and Nipsey Hussle. In fact, the track is Nipsey's third appearance all year, following features on Chinx's Welcome to JFK and Trae the Truth's Tha Truth.
Real Nigga Moves
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Dom Kennedy
After giving us a cut that didn't make it on to the final tracklist for Mailbox Money, "Choke" featuring Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, we get one final leak today while we await the full mixtape. Most of us will probably be out counting down the minutes until Midnight tonight, but Nipsey plans to ring in the New Year by dropping Mailbox Money at Midnight exactly. You can either get a digital copy for free, or spend $1000 on a hard copy.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Rich Homie Quan & Young Thug
Ouuueee. Nipsey Hussle gives us some new music just in time for us to kick off 2015, or celebrate the end of 2014. It's a banger, you know immediately from that infamous London On Da Track tag. The West and the South connect on the somewhat unlikely collaboration. With two features from best buddies and frequent collaborators Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, as well as London On Da Track production, it sounds more like a Rich Gang track featuring Nipsey, and not the other way around.
1 Hunnit A Show
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Rick Ross
After hitting us with “50 Niggaz” last week, Nipsey Hussle decides to return with another new joint for the fans tonight titled “1 Hunnit A Show” featuring the bawse Rick Ross.