Dedication-Nipsey Hussle Nip’s first verse and hook- A 10-year-old, Thank you for standing up for our community Nipsey Hussle 1985-2019 shirt suburban, white kid is working on his jump shot in his backyard. Cut to a middle-aged Indian woman painting. Cut to a block of teenage Hispanic carving wood, and so on. Each is singing along to Nip’s first verse. Doesn’t have to be those exact scenarios but you get the picture. As the verse goes along the video starts to show these people’s growth in the passions they chose to chase.
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As he gets into his verse, blues approach the intersection behind him from offscreen on one side and reds on the other, stopping up (from viewers perspective)over Kendrick’s shoulders and grilling each other. Nip’s second verse and hook-Tracking shot to one of the blues-singing along to the verse. He bumps into a red as the “I hope the example I set’s not contagious” line drops and the tracking shot switches to the red as he begins to sing along to the verse Thank you for standing up for our community Nipsey Hussle 1985-2019 shirt. This continues on, with the concerned expressions they had progressively turning to smiles. As the verse continues, more and more of them start singing along and they bump each other less and less. Outro- Up close face shot of Kendrick that slowly pans out.
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Off camera, from the first person perspective, a hand Thank you for standing up for our community Nipsey Hussle 1985-2019 shirt holds a torch out to Kendrick and he reaches out and takes it. Obviously, Dedication already has a video, but that’s what I visualize listening to the shit. Hip hop took its biggest loss since Pac. I really looked up to this man. Never meet him a day in my life but saw the vision he had. put the money and the power back in the artist hands. Turn these black communities in to black own successful business areas. he wasn’t just a rapper but a bar setter and a hell of a leader and for all underground up and coming artist like myself we should be studying his life. Hip hop genuinely won’t be the same REST UP NIP YOU EARNED you.