N.O.R.E Plans To Fall Back From Rapping After Melvin Flynt II: Da Final Hustle

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N.O.R.E’s last hurrah with Penalty/Tommy Boy Records was 1999’s Melvin Flynt, Da Hustler. A cult-favorite among Capone-N-Noreaga fans, the record featured that signature EZ-Elpee production, along with work with The Neptunes, Swizz Beats, Lil Wayne, and Juvenile.

Speaking about the road ahead after approaching a 20-year-career, N.O told MTV “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.”

How do you feel about the news, of both another N.O.R.E sequel project, and a Queens mainstay distancing himself from the mic?