Nipsey Hussle, who made his “Crenshaw” project available today (October 8) for $100, says he made $100,000 off the release, which he also made available for free

Nipsey sold hard copies of the collection at a pop-up shop in Los Angeles, California, signing discs for fans who lined up outside of the location. The rapper also sold Crenshaw-inspired merchandise including T-shirts and sweaters at the event. 

Hussle spoke about this effort on Twitter, saying that he made $100,000 off the release. 

Hussle also announced that additional hard copies of the project are set to be available in Los Angeles, California.  

Additionally, Hussle announced an upcoming Crenshaw tour, though no dates have been provided. The announcement came via Instagram. The post can be viewed below.

Hussle’s mixtape is available for streaming through HipHopDX, via It can also be streamed below. 

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