J Stone Feat. Nipsey Hussle & Dom Kennedy – Lebron James

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The new collection from J Stone elements two stanzas from Nipsey.

On Wednesday, DMV region rapper J Stone delivered his most recent undertaking The Definition of Pain. Comprising of 18-melodies, the tape highlights visitor appearances from Dave East, Dom Kennedy, T-Pain, and different craftsmen.

In spite of the fact that Nipsey’s life was disastrously stopped last year, the rapper had the option to record huge loads of free stanzas, some of which were given to J. Stone, a companion and incessant partner of Nip. Neighborhood Nip gives two stanzas on the new collection, the first being his component on “Lebron James.” Nip discusses getting mud on his section on the melody, rapping “Balling before my face was in The Source/I did my soil, I had my reasons I was poor,” while Dom conveys the snare contrasting their similarity with balling like the NBA legend.

The late California rapper additionally gives one more after death stanza on “Began Wit Nothin’ including T.I.



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