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About Big Noyd

Representing Queensbridge to the fullest, Big Noyd (also known as Rapper Noyd), has been spitting criminology on wax since the mid-1990s. A close affiliate of QB thug pioneers Mobb Deep, Noyd has worked with them on several classic tracks. In 1996 he released his excellent (though slept-on) debut LP Episodes Of A Hustler on Tommy Boy. Full of vivid drug tales and gat clap stories set to Havoc's trademark grim beats, it flaunted street anthems like "Recognize & Realize" and "Usual Suspect." Big Noyd has continued to collaborate with the Mobb, and was featured on their 2002 single "Burn."

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Listen toBig Noydon Rhapsody

Representing Queensbridge to the fullest, Big Noyd (also known as Rapper Noyd), has been spitting criminology on wax since the mid-1990s. A close affiliate of QB thug pioneers Mobb Deep, Noyd has worked with them on several classic tracks. In 1996 he released his excellent (though slept-on) debut LP Episodes Of A Hustler on Tommy Boy. Full of vivid drug tales and gat clap stories set to Havoc's trademark grim beats, it flaunted street anthems like "Recognize & Realize" and "Usual Suspect." Big Noyd has continued to collaborate with the Mobb, and was featured on their 2002 single "Burn."

About Big Noyd

Representing Queensbridge to the fullest, Big Noyd (also known as Rapper Noyd), has been spitting criminology on wax since the mid-1990s. A close affiliate of QB thug pioneers Mobb Deep, Noyd has worked with them on several classic tracks. In 1996 he released his excellent (though slept-on) debut LP Episodes Of A Hustler on Tommy Boy. Full of vivid drug tales and gat clap stories set to Havoc's trademark grim beats, it flaunted street anthems like "Recognize & Realize" and "Usual Suspect." Big Noyd has continued to collaborate with the Mobb, and was featured on their 2002 single "Burn."

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About Big Noyd

Representing Queensbridge to the fullest, Big Noyd (also known as Rapper Noyd), has been spitting criminology on wax since the mid-1990s. A close affiliate of QB thug pioneers Mobb Deep, Noyd has worked with them on several classic tracks. In 1996 he released his excellent (though slept-on) debut LP Episodes Of A Hustler on Tommy Boy. Full of vivid drug tales and gat clap stories set to Havoc's trademark grim beats, it flaunted street anthems like "Recognize & Realize" and "Usual Suspect." Big Noyd has continued to collaborate with the Mobb, and was featured on their 2002 single "Burn."

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