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Capone-N-Noreaga Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Capone-N-Noreaga Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Capone-N-Noreaga Live (Interlude)
2 Mirror
3 United We Stand
4 Y'all Don't Wanna
5 Channel 10
6 Invincible
7 T.O.N.Y (Top Of New York)
8 Stick Up
9 Don't Know Nobody
10 Phonetime
11 Halfway Thugs
12 Iraq (See The World)
13 Live On Live Long
14 Grand Royal
15 Shows (interlude)
16 Neva Die Alone
17 The Argument
18 Stay Tuned
19 All We Got Is Us
20 Bang Bang
21 B Ez
22 Brothers
23 Elevate
24 Capone Bone
25 L.A., L.A. (Kuwait Mix)
26 Follow The Dollar
27 Brother From Another
28 3 on 3
29 Full Steezy
30 Dead Broke
31 You See Me!!!!
32 Thug Planet
33 Now
34 Gangsta (Skit)
35 S.O.R.E.
36 Addicted
37 Scarface
38 Pizza
39 Gunz In Da Air
40 Closer
41 Happy Birthday
42 Thug Paradise
43 The Corner
44 Riding
45 Driver's Seat
46 Obituary
47 Foul 120
48 Rotate
49 Blood Money
50 Bleeding From The Mouth
51 Phonetime Skit
52 Illegal Life
53 Talk To Me Big Time
54 Medley
55 Play That Shit (Remix)
56 Queens
57 Bring It Here
58 Bodega Storiess
59 Khadafi Talks
60 Queens Finest
61 Dutch Masters Vs. Phillies Vs. Bamboo
62 Future
63 My Attire
64 In the 1st
65 Straight Like That
66 Favor For A Favor
67 Shooters Worldwide
68 Wet Willie Skit
69 Stick You
70 Wobble
71 Hood Pride
72 7 Continents
73 Pain
74 Beef
75 The Reserves
76 U.M.A.R.
77 You Can't Kill Me
78 Don't Want Beef
79 My Life
80 With Me
81 Gumar Oz Dubar
82 Not Stick You, Pt. 2
83 Black Gangstas
84 Reunion
85 Live Long Pt. 2
86 Chinese Girl
87 Change Is Gonna Come
88 Bloody Money
89 Parole Violators
90 My Hood
91 The Oath

Capone-N-Noreaga Bio

Capone-N-Noreaga was an American hip hop duo that consisted of Capone and Noreaga.
 
In 1996 the duo signed with Penalty Records; it also appeared in The Source magazine's Unsigned Hype column. In 1996, before the group’s debut album was completed, Capone was imprisoned for a parole violation, and Noreaga finished the debut album, The War Report, with the help of various other QB/NY hip-hop acts. The album was met with critical and commercial acclaim; it saw the group partake in the conflict between Death Row Records and Bad Boy Entertainment, making it a more widespread East Coast/West Coast rivalry, responding to Tha Dogg Pound's single "New York, New York" with its own "L.A., L.A."
 
In 2000, the group released its sophomore effort, The Reunion, on Tommy Boy Records. Similarly star-studded, the album went platinum, but suffered from mixed reviews. Additionally, Capone was once again sent to prison before its release for violating a probation sentence on gun possession, which undermined promotion of the album.