Since the tragic passing of Nipsey Hussle, J. Stone and his fellow All Money In cohorts have continued the proverbial marathon, showing that the fallen leader’s legacy is still being written. Back in 2019, Stone revealed the well-received project The Definition of Loyalty, a 21-track offering with a posthumous Nipsey appearance and a slew of collaborations alongside the likes of Dom Kennedy, The Game, Curren$y, Bino Rideaux, Wale, Jeremih, Snoop Dogg, and Casanova. The following year, he continued to build upon his concept with The Definition of Pain, which — in addition to more of Nipsey — saw contributions from Dave East, Trae Tha Truth, T-Pain, Kash Doll, E-40, T.I., and more. 2020 also saw Stone connecting with Pacman da Gunman for the joint effort Ground Zero.
Fast forward to present day, and J. Stone is said to be putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming body of work The Definition of Success, which is currently led by the Swizz Beatz-assisted “No Time.” This month, he adds to that with “Put That On Crip,” which features O.T. Genasis and — as you might expect — sees the artists paying homage to their shared affiliations:
“Born and raised in South Central, where bustin’ a cap is fundamental, we wasn’t rockin’ presidentials, we was out sockin’, pressin’ issues, nigga my squad was influential, you can get popped up at the Winchell’s...”
Courtesy of Ample Creative, the accompanying clip for “Put That On Crip” sees J. Stone and O.T. Genasis mobbing heavy in front — and on the roof — of Slauson Donuts, a central location within Stone’s stomping grounds. Elsewhere, Genasis waves his flag high while sitting on a hoop at a basketball court.
Press play on J. Stone and O.T. Genasis’ “Put That On Crip” video below. Hopefully, more information on The Definition of Success will arrive soon.