Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch pay homage on “Letter to Nipsey”

The rappers first performed the song at the 2020 Grammys.

Meek Mill has recruited Roddy Ricch for “Letter to Nipsey,” in which they remember the late Nipsey Hussle.

The rappers first debuted the track during a special performance honoring Hussle at the 62nd Grammy Awards, alongside John Legend, YG, DJ Khaled and Kirk Franklin. The duo released the song on streaming services soon after.

“I just left your viewing at the Staples Center / Obama wrote you a letter, yeah, you made it n***a / I even heard you had some players to come to Vegas with us / And them suckers could never kill you, it only made you bigger / And every time I see some fire, I see blue / And every time I close my eyes, see Snupe and I see you,” Mill raps.

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Hussle won two posthumous Grammys over the weekend: one for his DJ Khaled and John Legend-featuring single, “Higher,” and the second for his collaboration with Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy, “Racks in the Middle.”

Hear “Letter to Nipsey” below:

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