Nipsey Hussle announced earlier today that he would be dropping of a project before his oft-delayed Victory Lap. An album-before-the-album as he called it, by the name of Mailbox Money, will drop later this month working off the same Proud 2 Pay scale as his 2013 mixtape, Crenshaw that he sold 1,000 copies of at $100 a piece.
This time, however, he'll be releasing 100 copies for $1,000 each. Mailbox Money will also be released for free via iTunes.
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And just like that, we get the first track from the project. Nipsey touches on the subject weighing on a lot of minds right now – racial inequality and police violence. Peep it above.