Apparently Big Noyd is Still Around

 |  December 14, 2007
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By: Rizoh       

       Queensbridge rapper Big Noyd will kick off the New Year with the release his fourth album, Illustrious. The album arrives on January 22nd, 2008, via Koch Records. Lil’ Fame of M.O.P. will oversee the production of the album, with guest appearances coming from Joell Ortiz, Kira and Serani

      Noyd made his hip-hop debut in 1993 with his verse on “Stomp ‘Em Out,” from Mobb Deep’s Juvenile Hell. Since then he has released three albums: Episodes of a Hustla, Only The Strong, and On The Grind

 

 

Check out the tracklist for Illustrious below:

 

1.   Snitches                                           8.      The Paper ft. Jay Rush

 

2.   Posted On The Block                      9.      Ghetto ft. Joell Ortiz

 

3.   So Much Trouble ft. Serani             10.    It’s a Wrap ft. Ric Rude

 

4.   Heartless                                         11.    Trying to Make It Out ft. 40 Glocc & B.A.M.

 

5.   Money Talk                                     12.    No Where Else To Hide

 

6.   Things Done Changed ft. Kira        13.    Rags To Riches

 

7.   Back Up In This B****                  14.    Get It Poppin’

Click here  to Listen to the album’s lead single, “Things Done Changed” ft. Kira:

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/El_Malicios0 1NonLY

    yo noyd do your thing kicko u kno how that goes one love

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/maksimus99 maksimus

    As expected that track is very very hot. As usual its a shame Noyd is too lyrical and his beats are to hot for the “game”. All my real hip hoppers know what I mean by that. The “game” is straight trash right now. So a nigga like me needs a Big Noyd album! I love it! Do your thing God. Peace!

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/runner headcutter

    ya he rapper Noyd coming with nice track and real lyrical now he can go save his boys Mob Deep

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/TapeDeck MAMASAID

    oh baby oh baby!

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/johanna joberdean

    tracks nice. got me wantin to go back.