Nipsey Hussle Says Drake Is "One Of The Dopest Of Our Generation"

Nipsey Hussle says "You gotta respect what's real" in reference to Drake's musical talent.

West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle has been wrapping up press runs promoting his most latest mixtape drop and his upcoming album.

During a recent sit-down with Vlad TV, Nip expressed his respect for fellow rapper Drake and said everyone should give him the props he believes he deserves.

"I'm a fan first, I like the music most definitely think he one of the dopest of our generation and I respect him," Nipsey said when asked about Drake. "You're either going to keep it 100 or you not, you gotta respect what's real."

Nipsey Hussle also talked about "Killer," a song he did with the Toronto native four years ago. Hussle says the song was originally for Drake's album but they decided to leak it instead.

"We did a record together, I wasn't on the album but we did a record together in '09 called 'Killer,'" Nipsey said when asked about the song. "It was a record we did and it was originally made for his album and once we finished it he was like, 'What you want to do with it?' and I was like, 'Shit, it's on you,' and he was like, 'I'm thinking about leaking it,' and I was like, 'Let's go, leak that motherfucker.'"

"Killers" was released in 2009 after Drake leaked the drake via

Watch the full Vlad TV interview below:

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