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If you haven’t had enough of all the “All Gold Everything” remixes and the infamous Molly references, good news, none of it will be going away any time soon.

N.O.R.E. has released his own remix to “All Gold Everything” calling it the “Street Molly” remix.

The Queens native stepped away from the rap scene for a time, but shows he couldn’t stay away without his contribution to the molly epidemic. On the Trinidad James’ track N.O.R.E compliments the gold lavish life  with a two-minute verse. The Afro-Puerto Rican rapper  jumps in after James’ first verse expressing his perspiration and how the Molly has him in heaven, and craving lemon pepper wings.

It’s certain that the relationship between Hip-Hop and drug use stems back to the beginning of time. Whether its grown from the earth or straight out of the pharmacy, drugs have made a major impact on the culture. During the current era in rap, Molly use continues to take the cake for her placement in just about every rap song burning up the charts.

It is uncertain if much of N.O.R.E’s remix makes sense as he spits at just about the same content level as James. Nonetheless, the beat still rides heavy just as it does on every other version.

The track comes just in time as N.O.R.E. is working on his forthcoming album, Student of the Game.

Catch his new single “Tadow” featuring Pusha T and 2 Chainz coming soon and listen to “All Gold Everything” (Street Molly Remix) below.

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