According to “in” producer Ron Browz, “the Super Thug is back.” The reason behind Browz’s confident assertion is simple; he himself produced and is featured on N.O.R.E.’s brand new single, Rotate. Following the popping of champagne with Jim Jones and the acquisition of Arab Money with Busta Rhymes (also featured on this record), Browz provides one half of Capone-n-Noreaga with a promiscuous, club-ready banger full of Middle Eastern banjo chords (that is, if they play the banjo over there). For N.O.R.E., the concept of the record is all about having fun; if you’re enjoying your time at the club with a member of the opposite sex, you can feel free to simply swap partners and extend that good time a little further. Despite several delays over the last few months, the long-awaited CNN reunion album, Channel 10, will be available at the top of ’09.
Written by DJ Z on 11/24/08
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