Nipsey Hussle Enlists Young Dolph for “The Field”
Nipsey Hussle isn't letting up at all. Despite fans still waiting on his official debut album Victory Lap, Neighborhood Nip drops a new one called "The Field" with Memphis phenom Young Dolph and Bino. Spin it above.
The song is a part of Nipsey's ongoing Marathon Monday series that's found him dropping off new material at the start of every week. In past weeks he dropped a Young Thug collab called "Thug Life," a solo cut "Ocean Views," and "Basic Instinct" with Los Angeles upstart G Perico.
Nipsey and YG have also caused a huge stir with their "FDT" song bashing Donald Trump and calling for unity across the greater California area. One of the best parts of the song is how both rappers say blacks and Mexicans should unite against the Donald, and Nipsey told Billboard about how living in Crenshaw strengthened his ties to Hispanics.
"[What pissed me off is] him being so vocal and one-sided on how he feels about Mexican people as far as categorizing [them] as illegal immigrants and that they make no positive contributions to the country," said Nip. "Number one, I’m from L.A. so I grew up with Mexican people and number two, I see Mexican people at all my concerts that really support. I felt like they needed somebody to ride for ‘em."
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