Lefrak City's N.O.R.E. recently told MTV News that plans for the future may include him falling back as an artist to focus on giving his artists, more specifically, the Good Belt Gang "a full shot." Which doesn't mean he'll quit rapping per se. "But will I be putting out albums and will I be touring? That's the part -- I think I want to fully sit back and try and be a CEO." Nore's final album, Melvin Flynt II: Da Final Hustle will be the closing chapter (sort of) to Melvin Flynt, Da Hustler.
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