J Stone and Dave East team up for “What’s Beef” visual
The track is taken from J Stone’s ‘The Definition of Pain.’
Last month, J Stone poured his heart into and unleashed his latest project The Definition of Pain. A new visual has just arrived today for the Dave East-assisted “What’s Beef” track. On the song, Stone delivers a verse reflecting about his late brother, the legendary Nipsey Hussle:
Bases loaded like I’m trying to bring my bros home, and it’s my time to bat. I feel like the Loc is on his own, and when I sleep I feel like I gotta hold my chrome. Rest in peace to Nip, I’m feeling like they did my homie wrong. Damn, that’s some shit I never fathomed. Feel like yesterday, we was dipping in that Phantom. Now I’m laying flowers at ya gravesite. Lighting candles. They say God wouldn’t put nothing on you, you could handle. Got my chin up and my chest out. For a long time I felt like I was left out.
In terms of visuals, before “What’s Beef,” J Stone recently linked up with E-40 to shoot and share the music video for their collab track “Hella Toasted.” This year saw the release of two J Stone projects, The Definition of Pain and Ground Zero. The new project is equipped with 18 tracks in total and boasts features from impressive and respected names like the late great Nipsey Hussle, T.I., Dom Kennedy, T-Pain, Mike D’Angelo, Dave East, and more. Ground Zero is a collaboration project with Pacman da Gunman. Prior to those two projects was 2019’s The Definition of Loyalty. J Stone also recently confirmed in a new interview with The Bootleg Kev Podcast that a posthumous Nipsey Hussle is definitely happening at some point.
Be sure to press play on J Stone’s new project The Definition of Pain down below and also enjoy the official music video for “What’s Beef” featuring Dave East.
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