If you grew up in the 90’s, you have most likely seen the classic baseball flick Sandlot. One of the more memorable lines in the film, besides “You’re killing me Smalls,” is “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.” Besides legends there aren’t too many things I can think of that are immortal, but according to N.O.R.E’s latest release I have something new to add to my list. On the first single off his forthcoming solo album, the Queens emcee recruits fellow New Yorker Jadakiss to tell us Gangsta’s Don’t Die. If gangstas don’t in fact die, though, you may be wondering what they do with all this time? Have no fear, N.O.R.E has all the answers. As the Hazardous Soundz production cracks, the emcee born Victor Santiago Jr. lends his raw vocals to the hook to inform lisenters “Gangsta’s don’t die they get chubby and move where the f*ck they want.” Care to find out what else gangsta’s do with all that time? Be sure to hit the books because N.O.R.E’s new album, Student Of The Game, will be release soon.
Written by Lucas G. on 07/25/12
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