Norega’s Nore’aster mixtape will make landfall this Sunday. But for the next 48, rock out to this banger whipped up by Scram Jones. Other producers featured on the project include The Neptunes and Cool & Dre.
Prodigy appeared on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club morning show today to promote his book, My Infamous Life. He spoke on an excerpt in which Capone of C-N-N was accused of snitching. Moments later, N.O.R.E. called in to defend his partner in rhyme.
[vodpod id=Video.6675743&w=540&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D644923%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A644923] Noreaga gave MTV his side of the story on the incident with Mobb Deep, which was described in Prodigy’s autobiography. N.O.R.E admits that he was jumped, but claims a .9mm (not a tec-9) was used during the altercation that left Ty Nitty shot in the back. Although N.O. is confused as to why P would touch on the subject, he says that the two spoke the other day and that no friction will recur. Sidebar: Prodigy Welcomes Creative Control | Nore’aster
Producer Hazardis Soundz is set to release his upcoming album and wants us to hear the first single featuring Noreaga, Hot Spitta and Ace Hood. Hazmat Vol. 2 coming soon. 57thave
N.O.R.E. previewed this last week, but this morning, he gave the full version to the Breakfast Club on Power 105.1. Even without a bottle, this one bangs. On a related note, Charlamagne Tha God revealed that he will appear on N.O.’s Superthug album. UPDATE: CDQ 57ave UPDATE #2: Dirty Version.
Although N.O. is from Queens, he kicks his feet up over Tyler, The Creator’s “Yonkers”. After that, he segues into a new track that will feature Styles P and Prodigy. 57thave
Better late than never, but after 11 years, CNN’s former A&R finally emancipates an unreleased track from Capone and N.O.R.E. Hang hang. hhnm
With today marking the 11th anniversary of Big Pun’s death, Angie Mar dug in her archives and found an old interview with Big Pun and N.O.R.E. on Hot 97. Pun talks about being nominated for a Grammy and wanting to be the first rapper to release a quadruple album. Ha! Rest In Peace, Punisher.
Truthfully, Ice Cube was supposed to kick this column off. He told me his song “Supreme Hustle” off War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc) was criminally slept on. Unfortunately, his explanation was deleted on my recorder. Damn. But the show must go on and to usher things in the right way is Noreaga. N.O. reasons that “Grimey” off God’s Favorite should’ve been bigger and thinks “Bang Bang” was marred by the shooting outside Hot 97. Sidebar: On The […]
In the artwork for Capone-N-Noreaga’s debut, The War Report, the duo strike a pose with their platoons. But on N.O.R.E.’s side of the photograph, there’s a silhouette marked “traitor”. During yesterday’s listening, N.O. identifies the rat bastard and explains why he excluded him from the final print.