Nipsey Hussle may have fallen but his music will never be silenced. Just a few days after Nipsey's Victory Lap album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, four of his singles are now occupying the Billboard Hot 100. Three of the charted songs are from his last studio album - "Double Up," featuring Belly and Dom Kennedy is #65, "Last Time That I Checc'd," featuring YG is #82, and "Dedication," featuring Kendrick Lamar is #93.
The fourth song, sitting at #44 is "Racks in the Middle," featuring Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy marking Nipsey's last single he released.
We just posted about the planned collaboration Nipsey was hoping to conduct with Rihanna. The "Needed Me" singer shared a screenshot to Instagram that saw an exchange between Hitmaka and Nipsey and an anticipated #1 hit that would be best accompanied by Rihanna. "We gotta get Rihanna then," Nipsey wrote. "ima work on this one. This a GO!"
Nipsey's life and legacy will be honoured this Thursday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Nipsey's leading lady Lauren London previously spoke out for the first time since the rapper's passing and has since maintained her silence during this difficult time.
"I am completely lost," Lauren wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of Nipsey. "I've lost my best friend, my sanctuary, my protector, my soul... I'm lost without you. We are lost without you babe. I have no words."