Nipsey Hussle wins posthumous Grammy award

Nipsey Hussle wins posthumous Grammy award

Nipsey Hussle wins posthumous Grammy award

There was not a dry eye in the home after an uplifting and moving Grammys tribute to murdered rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle.

Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, YG and Hussle's band subsequently took to the stage. Watch the moving performance below.

Hussle posthumously won his first Grammy in the Best Rap Performance category for "Racks in the Middle". Appearing as DJ Khaled delivered an emphatic message, "long live Nipsey Hussle, long live Kobe Bryant", an image of the two titans lit the jumbotron before the tribute's close.

Lauren London and Nipsey's family accepted the award in his honor during the 2020 GRAMMY Awards on Sunday (January 26). Nipsey Hussle had a lasting impact on not just his community, but also the culture at large. Long live Nip. I told Nip when we were making the record, 'We gonna get some awards.

The late rapper died March 31, 2019 after being gunned down in front of his clothing store in Los Angeles.

Then DJ Khaled and Legend sang their collaboration with Hussle, the track by DJ Khaled "Higher", which then won the Grammy for Best Rap / Vocals. "Then performance based about DJ Khaled's" Greater" that initially featured Nipsey and John Legend.

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.

Earlier, before the broadcast, Hussle became the first Grammy victor. "I speak on behalf of our family and in honor of Nip, who was a phenomenal vessel", Lauren said in a speech. "So thank you, thank you, thank you".

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