Nipsey Hussle’s last music video was discharged Friday, about two months after he was shot dead before his Los Angeles apparel store.
DJ Khaled’s “Higher” is one of 15 tracks on his most recent collection, “Father of Asahd,” and highlights both John Legend and Hussle, whose original name was Ermias Asghedom.
Opening with a tribute to Grammy-assigned Hussle, the video demonstrates the late rapper in an electric blue group and dark loafers as he remains close by Khaled, joined by Legend on piano and vocals.
In a tweet two days before the video was divulged, Khaled said it was recorded only days before Hussle’s death.
“Recently, I left on a spirit seeking venture down a street I never figured I would go in a million years,” he composed. “It started when a disaster victimized the universe of an edified soul, a sibling, a dad, an accomplice and my companion Nipsey Hussle.”
“Just days earlier, he imparted his vitality and inspiration to me on a video set for a melody called, ‘Higher,'” he proceeded. “After much supplication and reflection; and with the full gift of the Asghedom family, I am imparting that minute to you.”
Khaled included that the tune’s title is an update “that vibrating on a ‘Higher’ level was the substance of Nipsey’s soul.”
The craftsman noticed that 100% of the returns from the track will be given to Hussle’s youngsters, Emani and Kross.
In his very own tweet, Legend said he is “pleased to be a piece of this rousing record with” Khaled and Hussle, expressing, “We lost him too soon.”
Hussle was shot and killed on Walk 31 outside The Long distance race Attire in the area of Hyde Park. Eric Holder has since been accused of homicide and pleaded not liable. Whenever sentenced, he could consume this existence in prison.