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POWERFUL: DJ Khaled Premieres The 'Higher' Video He Made With Nipsey Hussle Right Before His Death

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Nipsey Hussle left us with one of his many powerful messages in DJ Khaled's newest single: To vibrate higher.  Watch Nip, John Legend and Khaled link up in the must-watch new video for "Higher" inside.

Khaled just released his new Father of Asahd album today, his 12th studio album in the books.  He leads with one of the last projects Nipsey worked on just days before his untimely death

"Higher" takes you on an emotional journey to get in touch with your higher self.  And who better than Nipsey Hussle to spit some knowledge on that.  The late rapper shouts out his grandmother for continuing to try to have children despite pregnancy adversity and his father for coming to America from Africa and building love with his mother.  He also talks about his "Los Angeles Love" with his Boog, Lauren London, and his children Emani and Kross:

"My granny 88, she had my uncle and then A miscarriage back-to-back every year for like ten Pregnant with my moms, doctor told her it was slim Was bed rode for nine months, but gave birth in the end Pops turned 60, he proud what we done In one generation, he came from Africa young"

"He said he met my moms at the Century Club Los Angeles love kinda of like Hussle and Boog Mani turned ten, Kross turned two Startin' to see this life shit from a bird's view"

"We the ones that made millions off the curb, fool In this rap shit ten, never made nerd moves"


Lauren shared the video on her Instagram saying "I Love You."  And a second post with his lyrics:



Khaled's got some major promo lined up for the new project. Tonight, he hits the couch on NBC’s "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Tomorrow night he shuts down "Saturday Night Live" as the musical guest for the Season Finale. Sunday, he heads over to BRAVO to appear on "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen. Wednesday (May 22), he will pull up on "Live With Kelly & Ryan" and Thursday (May 23) he chops it up with Gayle King on "CBS This Morning."

DJ Khaled and Lauren both are also making sure the marathon indeed continues. Khaled announced before the album launch that all proceeds from the "Higher" single will go to Nipsey's children. He said “vibrating on a ‘Higher’ level was the essence of Nipsey’s soul,” and the song amplifies this vibration on the highest level possible. Lauren recently shared that Nipsey will always and forever be the king of L.A.


Continue to Rest in Power, Nip.

Photog: Lenny S




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