Published: Tue, January 28, 2020
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Nipsey Hussle Honored at Grammys by YG, John Legend and DJ Khaled

Nipsey Hussle Honored at Grammys by YG, John Legend and DJ Khaled

In light of the passing of 1 other California-based entirely memoir supreme hours before the 62nd Annual GRAMMYs Awards, Sunday's (Jan. 26) tribute to rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle took on an noteworthy more retrospective and highly efficient resonance. Watch the moving performance below. Roddy Ricch and Nipsey Hussle copped their first Grammy for their track, "Racks In The Middle" and has faith would have it, the performance started with Roddy, alongside Meek Mill. Following the late rapper's death, DJ Khaled said about his time collaborating with John Legend and Nipsey Hussle, "First of all, the marathon continues". Later within the night, "Larger" received Finest Rap/Sung efficiency.

During a set that had John Legend, DJ Khaled and many more, a huge picture was put up showing Kobe Bryant and slain rapper Nipsey Hussle as both of their lives were tragically ended way too soon. "Relaxation in peace Nipsey Hussle". Long live, Nip. Long Live, Kobe. LA County Sheriff's deputies arrested Eric Holder, 29, on April 2, 2019, and he was was charged with Nipsey's homicide.

Nipsey's mindless homicide utterly shocked the neighborhood, in addition to the music world.

Joined on stage by Nipsey's grandmother, brother, sister and daughter, Lauren said: 'Nip did it not just for the awards but, for the people. Even former President Barack Obama, 58, launched a press release that learn, "Whereas most folk take a look at the Crenshaw neighborhood the place he grew up and see exclusively gangs, bullets, and despair, Nipsey noticed potential". His family, friends, and fans filled the Staples Center on April 11 for his memorial service. Snoop Dogg and Big Boi spoke at the event, while Stevie Wonder performed.

Rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was slain in March of a year ago, won two posthumous Grammy Awards on Sunday and was remembered at the Awards with a tribute medley that had audience members on their feet, dancing and in tears. "There isn't any denying that the impact that he needed and his legacy will be felt for generations to come".

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