Nipsey Hussle ft. Dom Kennedy – Dont Forget Us

Nipsey Hussle’s new mixtape Crenshaw is set to be released tomorrow.

UPDATED with DOM & Civil TV’s new Get Home Safely mini-doc after the jump.

Previously: Nipsey Hussle – #Crenshaw (Documentary)

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21 Responses to “Nipsey Hussle ft. Dom Kennedy – Dont Forget Us”

  1. Kid Cudi Says:

    Why you so aggy b?

  2. Gob Bluth Says:


  3. Kid Cudi Says:

    The life the life the life is so exciting

  4. Kid Cudi Says:

    King Chip ft. Pusha T & Kid Cudi – Vortex>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  5. O Says:

    Sorry Nigga, Im Tryna Come Home

  6. b Says:

    Kid Cudi Says:
    October 7th, 2013 at 4:34 pm
    Why you so aggy b?

    > Why do I have to be aggy cuz I insulted you? I feel good. I just think youre a lame and your comments confirm that.

  7. Kid Cudi Says:

    everytime i post youre on my dick nigga

    back the fuck off fag

  8. b Says:

    Your screen name is kid cudi dude, your father must have been a ballet dancer.

  9. Kid Cudi Says:

    you a broke dusty old nigga with no immediate family

  10. Kid Cudi Says:


  11. b Says:

    Youre a half white kid cudi enthusiast searching for companionship on a hip hop blog. you live the life of a lame, rappers dont even perform in your state lamo. You gotta go to nebraska to experience hip hop, and be in a town where your mother hasnt slept with the varsity foootball team.

  12. Kid Cudi Says:

    word so rappers don’t perform in milwaukee or madison?

    word so chicago isn’t 90 minutes away?

    and my city isnt a town clown

    get a map duke

  13. b Says:

    word so rappers don’t perform in milwaukee or madison?

    word so chicago isn’t 90 minutes away?

    > lmao

  14. b Says:

    what has your city contributed to the artform?

  15. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    Yo this Pusha goes in!!!!!

  16. Kid Cudi Says:

    When asked if drug dealers were the reason “Grindin” initially took off, Pusha replied with “Yeah, 100%”, indicating that the song was not the overnight success it may have appeared to be. “People think that “Grindin'” was just like a phenomenon, it really took 9 months to break.” he said. “Before it really got to the public, I feel like I did every $1500 to $3000 show for every drug dealer across the country.”

    The GOOD Music rapper also spoke of having to wear a bulletproof vest throughout the tour. “I would go to places like Milwaukee, Wisconsin. That was the first time I ever had to put on a bullet proof vest… and perform… or to walk in and walk out,” he explained. “It was just the culture at the time, there was a lot of street money involved and a lot of tension, but at the same time people loved the music and the reality behind it.” Though the touring was a grueling process, the rapper revealed that it did manage to pay off in the end. “It took 9 months for me to go all the way across the country and back, and by the time i got back “Grindin'” was a phenomenon, and that’s who helped it so I owe them for everything.”

  17. Kid Cudi Says:

    around 2:50 to 3:20

  18. rex hussla Says:


    RIP nah, had a good run

  19. rex hussla Says:

    Yo this Pusha goes in!!!!!



  20. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Rex only rocks velour tracksuits and all white AF1s. Classy.

  21. rex hussla Says:

    Nah Eng, I’ll wear tracksuits of different material if it’s comfortable [ll]

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