Master P reveals that he was in the recording studio with Nipsey Hussle just two days before he passed away, sharing the intelligence and greatness that was in Nipsey.
When he met Nipsey Hussle to record a song for the upcoming film "I Got the Hookup 2," Master P knew that Nipsey was just beginning to change the rap game. At the time, their conversation revolved around the topic of creating "street music with some soul and substance," hoping to influence their listeners to do more and be more.
The result of that meeting was "Street Millionaire," the song that he and Nipsey worked on in the studio.
Just two days later, on March 31, Hussle was shot dead in the parking lot right outside of his clothing store in Los Angeles. The 33-year-old game changer was in talks with many influential people at the time, hoping to put more relevance to street music in hopes of inspiring more people.
However, he was never able to see through his goals as his life was cut short due to a random attack by an envious man.
His latest song, "Street Millionaire," will now be released on July 12 on the premiere day of "I Got the Hookup 2," and is the last known song that the musician has ever recorded.
According to Master P, the executive producer and star of "I Got the Hookup 2,"
“This was a talented brother who cared about the community and did a lot [for it] This man was a star. His legacy is going to change so many lives.”
Nipsey Hussle's memorial service was proof of the love people had for him. While they had to put in security measures for it, including a ticketing scheme to avoid riots, the turnout ended up proving just how much he has impacted lives.
On April 11, Nipsey Hussle had his final memorial service entitled "Nipsey Hussle's Celebration of Life." The event happened in the Staples Center, where his family, friends, colleagues, and fans all joined together to wish him one last goodbye.
Thanks to his passion of using music as an instrument to inspire people to live better lives, he made a huge impact in the music community, and this will be the legacy that he will always be remembered for.
With one last song of him to be released soon, people will be able to relive his memory and be reminded of his message, something that will resonate for generations to come.
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