If history has proven anything, it’s that rappers never retire. But to hear N.O.R.E. tell it, he’s ready to put the mic down after his next album Melvin Flynt 2 and focus on becoming a rap CEO. Say what, what?!
“I think I need to step away from the game in totality as an artist per say, as N.O.R.E. to give these new artists their full shot.”Good Belt Gang is made up of Yung Reallie, City Boy D, Black Boy Cocca, Tweez and Money Ming and collectively they’ve inspired the 36-year old rapper to move on in his career. “Will I stop rapping? No, because I love to rap. But will I be putting out albums and will I be touring? That’s the part — I think I want to fully sit back and try and be a CEO,”