The Enhancements AND Adjustments Made Were As Follows:: Speed Control Color Modifications Cropped Camera Stabilization processing. There was a massive amount of HD Compression that went on to make this upload happen, but it's the least I can do for the public mourning such a transcending human being taken so tragically to soon & fast from our lifetimes. Ermias Joseph Asghedom was a man of Diversity, Courageousness, Humbleness, Heart, Family & Love. He will never be forgotten & the people will make sure His Legacy lives on for many countless years to come IN A POSITIVE MOVEMENT, which unites us ALL as human beings TO STRENGTHEN ourselves as HUMAN BEINGS to rise ABOVE difficult times, painful memories & moving forward not only as 1 people, but ALL people into a path of change that Our Country needs. Just because some human beings do bad things doesn't mean all human beings are bad people, so please move your minds forward into an accelerated path which will in time heal our deep wounds & connect us all together as....Brothers & Sisters. I hope these enhancements help in some way & the memory of this great man will never EVER be forgotten. #RIPNIP2019 #RIPNIP #NIPSEYHUSSLE #NEWENHANCEDVIDEO #CellPhoneVideo Nipsey Hussle was a Grammy-nominated West Coast rapper known for his mixtapes and his 2018 debut studio album, "Victory Lap." Hussle, born Ermias Asghedom, released his first mixtape in his native Los Angeles in 2005 and followed it up with the "Bullets Ain't Got No Name" series. By 2013, his mixtapes were so sought after that he was able to release his limited-edition "Crenshaw" at $100 per hard copy. All 1000 copies sold in less than 24 hours – including, reportedly, 100 copies bought by Jay-Z. Hussle's "Victory Lap" was nominated for a Best Rap Album Grammy Award in 2018. We invite you to share condolences for Nipsey Hussle in our Guest Book. Details of death: Died in Los Angeles of injuries following a shooting at the age of 33. Invested in his community: Hussle was well known and beloved in South L.A., where he grew up and continued to live even as his fame grew. He was a businessman as well as a musician, owning restaurants and a barber shop. He became involved with forward-thinking ventures including Marathon Clothing, his "smartstore" that integrated a brick-and-mortar location with an app that could be used to buy exclusive products. Russle was among the creators of Destination Crenshaw, a Los Angeles art installation celebrating African-American art and culture. And he was an investor in the South Central-based cowork space Vector 90, offering the inner city's young people STEM training and access to technology. He had planned to talk to L.A.'s police chief and commissioner about how he could help them address gun violence – the meeting was set for the day after his death. Notable quote: “In our culture, there's a narrative that says, 'Follow the athletes, follow the entertainers.' And that's cool, but there should be something that says, 'Follow Elon Musk, follow [Mark] Zuckerberg.' I think that with me being influential as an artist and young and coming from the inner city, it makes sense for me to be one of the people that's waving that flag.” —Hussle in a Los Angeles Times interview What people said about him: “RIP Nipsey. I just spent Thursday with him filming a video for a beautiful new song we created with Khaled. We filmed in Inglewood, close to where he grew up. He was so gifted, so proud of his home, so invested with his community. Utterly stunned that he's gone so soon.” —musician John Legend “You were about something positive and for your community in every chance you had to speak… and because of that you inspired millions… millions who will uphold your legacy forever. Rest amongst the stars.” —musician Pharrell “I'll remember him this way. Bright, genuine, forward thinking. I'll remember the beauty that he saw in our community. And the beauty that he was. He loved us. He's left that love with us. And it cannot die. Rest in Power, King. You mattered.” —director Ava DuVernay Full obituary: Los Angeles Times: #Cowboy #EricHolder #Rizza #Crenshaw #NOFAIRUSE #TheMarathonStore #OpenMind #CopyRighted #KerryLathan #MarathonClothing #LosAngeles #California #Shooting #Murder #Assassination


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