Zero Tolerance – [Pacman da Gunman] [Nipsey Hussle] [Mozzy]

Last week Crenshaw’s Pacman Da Gunman blessed us with a collaboration that the entire West Coast has been excited to release for some time. Pacman joined forces on “Zero Tolerance” with Sacramento’s Mozzy and the legend that is Nipsey Hussle, who passed away almost 2 years ago exactly. LA has never really been able to fully recover after the passing of Nip, not only a once-in-a-generation emcee but a stand-out human being who has built an empire for his family and friends to triumphantly continue his legacy for centuries to come. All Money In No Money Out has become an iconic imprint label that features some of Nip’s close friends and favorite artists, Pacman falls into both of those categories.

Pacman Da Gunman is your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper. He possesses a tremendous lyrical ability and a gruff voice that allows him to paint vivid pictures from his days in the streets. Nipsey saw his potential early on and this collaboration between them shows the special relationship they had before he passed. Now that Pacman is one of the main artists on All Money In, he is not taking that position lightly while looking to build on what Nip started with the rest of the team. Mozzy’s support on this record adds another layer to this already heavy hitter, all 3 artists provide introspective verses in between an electric chorus from Nipsey.

It seems like Pacman has been waiting for the right time to drop this record, making sure his career was in a place where the song would reach the heights he knew it could. With “Zero Tolerance” making serious noise across the country out the gate, it’s only a matter of time before Pacman Da Gunman is the next in line to break out of the West Coast in a major way. Check out the new single “Zero Tolerance” as we wait on an upcoming EP Less Is More due in the next month or so with some more big features in the works.

Listen to “Zero Tolerance” on all platforms here and watch the Lyric Video below!

Produced by: Mike & Keys, Mars, DJ Khalil