Queensbridge heavyweight TaJuan Perry, better known as Big Noyd, has worked with 50
Cent, Cormega, Rakim and is off course a member of the tight-knit Mobb Deep family.
Noyd's role in the Mobb Deep camp goes all the way back to his debut on "Stomp Em
Out" from Mobb Deep's 1993 debut Juvenile Hell, but it was on The Infamous album that
Big Rapper Noyd attracted wider attention. On the song "Give Up The Goods (Just Step)"
he started the second verse with the line "Yo, it s the r-a-double-p-e-r n-o-y-d, n*gg*s
can't f*ck with me!" He has later stated that he received his first contract (for $300,000)
because of that line. Noyd continued to make show stopping appearances on nearly every
following Mobb Deep album along with numerous tours, countless guest shots and string
of solo releases all his own. He has cemented himself as one of New York s most
consistent MCs. Big Noyd kicks off 2010 with the all new Queens Chronicle. It's a new
year, but this is the gritty and real Queensbridge sound that fans worldwide fiend for.