The estate of Nipsey Hussle — including total assets of more than $11 million — has officially been settled, PEOPLE reports.

Following the late rapper’s passing in 2019, his two children, Kross and Emani, were listed as his sole beneficiaries and will split his assets 50/50. The outlet also details that on behalf of son Kross (age 7), Lauren London — the child’s mother and Nipsey Hussle’s girlfriend prior to his passing — is set to receive 50% of cash and non-cash assets.

In addition, the mother and son will receive another $113,000 “to offset payments made for Emani’s ‘health, education and other matters.’”

Samiel Asghedom, Nipsey Hussle’s brother who’s also known as Blacc Sam, and his family will received guardianship of Emani (age 14). They were awarded 50% of the rapper’s assets on her behalf. The assets are listed as a 2012 Chevy Suburban, 100% membership interest in All Money Inc., 100% interest in Marathon Studios, 100% interest in The Marathon Touring, 100% interest in The Marathon Clothing Inc., as well as Nipsey Hussle’s trademark portfolio. Additionally, other companies and businesses are included.

Ahead of Nipsey Hussle’s children being named as his sole beneficiaries, Blacc Sam and his family ensured that they would carry on their father’s legacy including with his popular brick-and-mortar, The Marathon Clothing store, as previously shared by AFROTECH.

“When I say we own it, it’s in Hussle’s kids’ names and their trust funds so they know when they get older, this is something that their father worked for and that they own,” Blacc Sam revealed on the “Earn Your Leisure” podcast.

While Emani and Kross have attained property ownership set to benefit them in the future, it has already created a great impact in the present day. Blacc Sam shared with “Earn Your Leisure” hosts Troy Millings and Rashad Bilal that the value of the property already has doubled.