Fans of Nipsey Hussle lined up yesterday at his “Crenshaw” pop-up shop in Los Angeles to purchase hard copies of his new street album, that he pressed 1000 copies of and was selling them for $100 a pop, and Jay-Z copped 100 of the copies.
Yesterday, Nipsey took to his Instagram page and posted a photo of a receipt with the name S Carter Enterprises, and it turns out that Jay-Z spent $10,000 on 100 copies in support of Hussle’s Proud To Pay campaign.
A photo of Hov’s 100 copies also popped on his Life + Times website with the caption #NewRules. You can view that photo above.
Crenshaw was released for free download, but the $100 physical copy came autographed with a ticket to an upcoming Nipsey show.
To add, after he took some shots on Twitter from random users and followers for selling $100 copies, Nipsey fired back as he noted that he made $100,000 off the 1000 copies in 24 hours: