Nipsey Hussle Reschedules 'Mailbox Money' Release, Sells Physical Copies for $1,000

Nipsey Hussle Reschedules 'Mailbox Money' Release, Sells Physical Copies for $1,000
After missing its originally scheduled December 20 due date, Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle's Mailbox Money mixtape will now be delivered to the masses on December 31.

Hussle tweeted out the new release date himself, confirming that listeners can ring in 2015 with his latest batch of hip-hop cuts. While a full tracklisting has yet to be unveiled, it's expected to feature the Hit-Boy-produced "1 Hunnit a Show" with Rick Ross, and "Hussle in the House."

Earlier this month, Hussle noted that he'll be offering up the set at a few drastically different price-points. The tape will be hosted as a free download on DatPiff, but if you're feeling generous you can also pick up Mailbox Money digitally on iTunes for $10. More ambitious is the physical release, with Hussle pressing up just 100 copies, which will be sold for $1,000 each.

As explained by the rapper, those who pick up the physical edition "will be granted access" to a private advance listening session of  his forthcoming Victory Lap full-length at a TBA pop-up store. You can find out more info over here.