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Album: Scared Money - EP

Artist: N.O.R.E.

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

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Tracklist For Scared Money - EP By Artist N.O.R.E.

Title Artist Time
Scared Money (feat. Meek Mill N.O.R.E. 3:33 USD 1.29
Finito (feat. Lil Wayne & Phar N.O.R.E. 4:18 USD 1.29
Like the Way (feat. Pharrell) N.O.R.E. 4:09 USD 1.29
Slimefather (feat. Cory Gunz) N.O.R.E. 4:05 USD 1.29
Electrolytes (feat. Macy Gray N.O.R.E. 3:32 USD 1.29

Reviews For Scared Money - EP By Artist N.O.R.E.

  • Was a Fan, Back in the Day

    By eckochamp
    Weak beats, and lame, boring, flat, kiddie lyrics that don't amount to anything. "Finito" has a decent beat, and Lil' Wayne makes it with his verse. But the hook is weak as hell: "My glock is", "My knot is"??? He sounds like the worst kind of studio gangster. Has he been spending too much time in the suburbs???
  • This crap is garbage

    By Matt Hoffman

    By lilmikeinfiniti
  • Animal Thug Is Back!!

    By el gato guapo
    The best rhymes I've heard from this guy in a while...."Slimefather" absolutely shreds!!
  • Ny to La

    By Jamalbk
    The best
  • Nah man,

    By PsychoKen
    I'll wait for the next one.. it's ok. #Nore fan
  • NORE!

    By EMPIRE Distribution
    Great collection of NORE songs, its 2011 and he is still relevant. Looking forward to SUPERTHUG.
  • scared money dont make no money!

    By Mondee15
    It's good to see the SupaThug makin music again...CNN all day!

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