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Earnings From Nipsey Hussle And DJ Khaled's Song, "Higher" Will Be Given To Late Rappers Children

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Earnings From Nipsey Hussle And DJ Khaled's Song, 'Higher' Will Be Given To Late Rappers Children

Earnings From Nipsey Hussle And DJ Khaled's Song, "Higher" Will Be Given To Late Rappers Children

CNN reports that rapper DJ Khaled has announced on Instagram that his upcoming album will include a track with the late Nipsey Hussle.

Khaled shared that all the money from the collaborative track will go to the slain rapper's children.

The track, titled "Higher," features John Legend on piano and the hook.

It will be on Khaled's 11th album, "Father of Asahd," which slated for release Friday.

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