Listen to Nipsey Hussle’s posthumous verse on Maroon 5’s ‘Memories’ remix with YG


Maroon 5 shared a remix of his song “Memories” with YG and the late Nipsey Hussle – listen to it below.

Four years after the release of ‘Red Pill Blues’, Adam Levine and co. are back with their seventh studio album, ‘Jordi’ – named after the late band manager Jordan Feldstein, who died in 2017.

Ahead of the album’s release, Maroon 5 shared a 2019 tribute song for Feldstein in the form of “Memories,” which also pays homage to the memories of any loved one who has passed away.

Peaking at number two on the US Billboard charts, the song only made them the second group (the other being the Rolling Stones) to feature in the Hot 100 Top Two in three different decades (2000s, 2010 and 2020).

Now the band have shared a remix of the track with YG and a posthumous verse from Nipsey Hussle, who was shot and killed outside his Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles in 2019.

I had lost love, lost fiftieth, lost duplicates / Lost fights, nigga, lost life of loved ones / Lost time, I hit rewind, it won’t budgeNipsey raps on the track.

It’s okay you can tell me your truth i won’t judge / i lost too, relationships you could call real / you hit me and i will fall / tell lies to ring true like it was all you / Learn to love what is imperfect is what God does.

You can listen to the remix of ‘Memories’ below:

In addition to Nipsey and YG, ‘Jordi’ also features guest appearances from Megan Thee Stallion, HER, Juice WRLD, Stevie Nicks, Blackbear and Bantu.

Meanwhile, the third track in Nipsey Hussle’s “Blue Laces” series is finished and is coming soon, according to producer Mr. Lee.

The Grammy Award-winning Houston producer, who produced both Nipsey’s track “Blue Laces” in 2010 and his 2018 follow-up “Blue Laces 2,” revealed in December that a third track was in production. preperation.

Last week, Mr Lee took to Instagram to announce that the track was over and that it would feature guest verses from Rick Ross and Houston rapper and activist Trae Tha Truth.

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