DJ Khaled and John Legend released the video for their collab with the late rapper, "Higher", on the evening of May 16, almost two months after Nipsey's death. While the song served as a welcome return to Nip's music, it proved equally bittersweet upon further reflection on all the lost potential.
Lauren London has taken to Instagram to share a touching Nipsey Hussle tribute, a few hours after DJ Khaled dropped visuals to "Higher".
Khaled shared the story behind the vid's release on social media, explaining that the song's proceeds will go to Hussle's children, Kross and Emani Asghedom. It's still hard to process what she must be going through, and hearing songs like "Higher" may quite possibly prove hard to process for the grieving.
Almost two months after Nipsey Hussle was tragically shot and killed, he stars in a new music video for "Higher" alongside John Legend and DJ Khaled.
Lauren London shared the music video on her Instagram, still continuing to support Nipsey in spirit.
"Recently, I embarked on a soul-searching journey down a road I never thought I would travel in a million years".
Khaled has announced the he will be donating all the proceeds from song to Nipsey Hussle's children.
Chrissy Teigen's husband also tweeted about the video's release and what it meant to work with Nipsey one last time before the rapper was fatally gunned down on March 31.
John Legend is also featured on the track. "I just spent Thursday with him filming a video for a lovely new song we created with Khaled", John wrote.
As for Hussle's homicide case, primary suspect Eric Holder plead not guilty to murder in court on April 4.