Big Noyd Got Signed Off His Verse On “Give Up The Goods”

Sometimes, we just miss the’90s. Nowadays, a rapper has to at least have a song go viral or put out a dope-ass mixtape to be buzzing enough to catch a check. But back then, one dope verse could score you a recording contract. It worked for AZ and it worked for Big Noyd too. As he told us, “I got a record deal for $300,000 just for [my verse on] ‘Give Up The Goods.’”