Master P. has been a force and Hip-Hop for well over thirty years, producing hit albums, clothing lines, and movies.
He's also recorded with a who's who of rap, including Snoop Dogg, Game Rick Ross, Nas, Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane and of course Nipsey Hussle.
The two legends were able to join forces for a song called "Street Millionaires."
The song is on the soundtrack to Master P.'s hit independent movie "I Got The Hook Up 2" and the track was recorded two days before Nipsey was shot and killed.
Check out Master P.'s thoughts on Nipsey Hussle's death, life, legacy and what it was like recording in the studio with him.
You know what? Nipsey Hussle is not here with us in the flesh, but his spirit is gonna live through us forever and it's going to change the way people view people that come from poverty communities.
I mean, this guy loved the community, he loved the kids, he loved the culture. And this is, this is definitely a terrible loss for us.
But his legacy is gonna go on for so long. It's going to make kids want to change, it's going to make kids want to do the right thing and the love is spread everywhere.
So we mourn him right now. But we also celebrate him. Because, his life is going to change, it's going to change the world.
I tell people all the time, don't judge a book by its cover, 'Cause we come from an impoverished, bad place' they say, but there's so many loving and good people. That's why we stick to being a part of the community.
Watch the video above for Master P.'s full interview.