When NYC street cats get angry, they get livid, and after all the setbacks he’s experienced throughout his rap career, who could blame veteran N.O.R.E. for being upset. Fed up with industry politics, the disappointing sales of his independently released Noreality and a betrayal by a longtime best friend, N.O.R.E. is ready to tear somebody’s Face Off. While it sounds a bit strange for guest feature Tony Sunshine to sing “I’m loaded with my nine, if you really wanna die…” the streets can be just as dangerous for R&B singers as they could for you or I. Things are looking up, though, as N.O.R.E. has rejoined longtime rhyme partner, Capone, for the new C-N-N album, Reporting The War, set to be released later this year.
Written by Burmy on 03/17/08
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