Discussion in 'The Booth' started by Jefferson Jackson, Oct 26, 2021.
But Superthug was a very popular single
Is that the year he came out with Sometimes
What were Jay & X then?
Must be two 98s…
He might've felt that way from like August until the close of 1998. That's on the strength of his own "Banned From TV" and "Superthug". Then there was his feature on Pun's "You Came Up". Still wasn't the hottest though.
Don't remember the year......but he was on fire from between the song with Styles P on the Violator compilation, and that dud album Melvin Flint. He was one of the hottest rappers in the tristate, for sure.
By hottest, dudes from around here can remember when a DJ Clue mixtape was hotter than any album that was out.
Nore be trippin...homie stay drunk
Nore rap like a drunk jailbird uncle
He had a moment for a while around 99/00
Super thug and that whatcha wanna do song were huge but I cant say he was ever top dog
This moment was when wack nikkaz with no skills.
started to buck the culture and go jiggy too.
Hard to even watch this voice over pixar artist interview anyone. Like he was dope.
I bet if you ask him to spit anytime anywhere it is an excuse.
Or the huffest loud offkey yelling outdated form of wack nikka bullshyt ever.
The nerve of these wack nikkaz.
Silkk was a bigger name than NORE in 98
Not to mention MP, X, Jay...
He had his what what what what what wh what moment.
Thugged Out Millitenment
In 98 i was locked up and i remember i was arguing with nikkaz that Nore was the hottest nikka in NY.. Then some nikka started talking about Jay-z and i was like he can't fukk with Nore.. Then later that year volume 2 came out and changed the game..