Despite the tragedy that occurred when Nipsey Hussle was tragically killed, J. Stone and his fellow All Money In cohorts have not given up, demonstrating that the fallen leader’s legacy is still present. A year ago, he released his The definition of loyalty album, a 21-track offering with a posthumous Nipsey appearance and collaborations with artists like Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, The Game, Bino Rideaux, Jeremih, Wale, Snoop Dogg, and Casanova. As a follow-up, he created The Definition of Pain, which included more Nipsey contributions, as well as contributions from other artists E-40, Trae Tha Truth, Dave East, T.I., Kash Doll, T-Pain, and more. Additionally, Stone teamed up with Pacman da gunman for ground zero 2020.
The Definition of Success is among the emerging acts from J Stone, and it’s headed by the Swizz Beatz-assisted song “No Time.” He follows that up this month with “Put That On Crip,” featuring O.T. Genasis, and in an obvious nod to the artists’ shared affiliations:
J Stone, H T Genasis, and Ample Creative form a two-man mobbing team in front and on the roof of Slauson Donuts, a central place in Stone’s stomping ground. A basketball court features Genasis hooping on a hoop while waving his flag.
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