Home > News & Reviews > Nipsey Hussle

Rapper Nipsey Hussle Dies Aged 33

Monday, 01 April 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Nipsey Hussle has died aged 33.

According to NBC, the rapper was shot outside his Marathon Clothing Company store on Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles at 3.20pm on March 31. Two other people were also injured in the incident.

Born Ermias Davidson Asghedom on August 5, 1985, the hip hop artist released his debut album, 'Victory', last year. It earned him a nomination for Best Rap Album at this year's Grammy Awards.

Since the news of his passing numerous musicians have paid tribute to him online, including Drake, Pharrell and Rihanna.

Let Us Know What You Think - Leave A Comment!

Related News

Nipsey Hussle Drops New Track Dedication Featuring Kendrick Lamar
Wed 14 Feb 2018
Nispey Hussle has dropped a new track featuring Kendrick Lamar.
Nipsey Hussle Lines Up Birmingham, Manchester And London Shows
Mon 27 Oct 2014
Nipsey Hussle has confirmed three UK shows for early next year.
Loud Times: The Metal Bands Who Made 2019 A Year To Savour
Thu 12 Dec 2019
This year was an enormous one for heavy metal. From fresh-faced upstarts making names for themselves to classic heroes making long-awaited comebacks, it has been a jam-packed 12 months for fans of all things face-melting. So, who better to review the state of the metal nation than the artists themselves?
Vince Staples Drops New Track Hell Bound
Fri 20 Dec 2019
Vince Staples has dropped a new track.
Now and Next: Stereoboard's Ones to Watch in 2020
Tue 07 Jan 2020
td#right {display:none !important;}   Each year brings with it a breakout star or two, and every January thousands of words are duly spilled trying to predict who they might be. Well, who are we to break with tradition? Head below to check out some fresh music from artists who might go on to enjoy a massive 2020.
"Roundaboutly Winging It": Amyl And the Sniffers On Their Breakthrough Year
Fri 13 Dec 2019
td#right {display:none !important;} Photo: Gareth Jarvis From her perch atop a flight case strategically placed in the middle of the stage, Amyl and the Sniffers vocalist Amy Taylor is surveying the rowdiness of the crowd at Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Bach in all its sweaty glory. “Fuck Boris, he’s a racist hooligan, you deserve better than that,” she spits into the mic. “Fuck Boris, fuck Trump and fuck Scott Morrison.”
Seventeen To Bring Ode To You World Tour To UK And Europe In March
Mon 09 Dec 2019
Seventeen will bring their Ode To You World Tour to the UK and Europe next spring.
< Prev   Next >