Nipsey Hussle is taking his Proud 2 Pay campaign to newer heights. 

In the vein of the #newrules established with his $100-priced Crenshaw album, which found Jay Z even acknowledging the new hustle, Nipsey will take things a step further when he sells his next album, Mailbox Money, as he has announced that it will be sold $1,000 a pop.  But, much like last year's Crenshaw, the album will only cost you that much if you're, well, Proud 2 Pay it.  

“There will only be 100 hard copies and they are $1000 each,” the rapper told MTV News, before adding that Mailbox Money will be a free release on iTunes. But as for what those who pay the $1,000 through his Proud 2 Pay platform will get for the hefty price? Nip says: "The 100 people that buy the P2P version will be granted access to a private advance listening session of [upcoming 2015 album] Victory Lap at the secret Marathon Store we are going to open the day of the listening!”

Mailbox Money will serve as the album before the album, with Victory Lap slated to arrive next year. 

Victory Lap is what it’s all about, but I don’t wanna starve my people,” he continued. “We got some big announcements, just as far as what the future holds, me as a businessman, me as an artist, what we gonna do with the next campaign. All that’s gonna come after Mailbox Money.”