N.O.I.R. or No one is Real is a Blues inspired rap album created by W.D. Wind. The Renaissance Records offering is a majority self-produced project proving The Wind is never out of his element. A versatile artist as both a producer and M.C. ,"Huey Speaks" skits serve narration introducing the next chapter of this story. Film Noir is a style or genre of cinematographic film marked by a mood of pessimism, fatalism, and menace. This also is frequently the description of a black American experience, and this album is intended as the soundtrack. Executive Produced by Walter DaVinci, The Cooler, and W.D. Wind. The S. Finesse produced "Tar Baby" begins the album addressing the negative views associated with darker complexions (both internal and external). The Phil Will produced "All or Nothing" addresses the cliche' life is a gamble from the perspective someone with nothing to lose. Despite the dark subject matter this is the sound of perseverance. "Born superior, conceived on leather interiors. A far cry from time periods when master calls us NIGGAS!" this is Black Privilege.