DJ Khaled and John Legend are making sure that Nipsey Hussle’s kids will be taken care of since their father was gunned down in cold blood.
Before Nipsey Hussle was murdered, he was working in the studio with DJ Khaled and John Legend on the song “Higher.” On Thursday, DJ Khaled released a statement letting all his fans he and John Legend won’t make a dime off of their song with Nipsey Hussle. Read on for more details…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that DJ Khaled and John Legend won’t make a dime off of their song with Nipsey Hussle because all of the profits will go to the late rapper’s kids.
Hip Hop producer DJ Khaled and John Legend both announced 100% of the proceeds from “Higher” will go to Nipsey Hussle’s two children, Emani and Kross.
Khaled took to social media with a caption along with the statement that reads:
A gift from my brother Nipsey that we want to share with the world. We miss you and we will forever keep your legacy going. The Marathon Continues. ?? God Bless You. ????
The Grammy-winner John Legend mirrored the hitmaker’s message, posting the same announcement with the caption:
Proud to be a part of this inspiring record with @djkhaled and @nipseyhussle. We lost him too soon. The proceeds will go to his loved ones.
Nipsey posted this photo back in February when they were working on the song.
This was the last music video Nipsey shot before he was tragically gunned down in front of his clothing store in March.
“Higher” will appear on DJ Khaled’s album, Father of Asahd, which released today.