Los Angeles based rapper Nipsey Hussle has a new LP coming out titled iHussle, and to give it some bi-coastal flavor, he recruited Rick Ross to lay some bars down on "Proud of That." These two complement each other nicely on the track too, both showing off their styles and lyricism with an overdose of realness. Nipsey raps, "Even if I was a victim to the game, it was better than living life as a slave." And Rozay adds on, "I got enemies on my mind, expiration dates on their lives, try to keep your head above water, they wanna see a ni**a capsize." Listen below.