I gotta make it what they want and wake ‘em when I come
And shake 'em and bake 'em and take 'em to another place
Ain’t no fakin’, ain’t no kind of mistakin' how I be breakin'
Up everything and be creating a s-s-s-situation when I’m done (DAMN!)
Busta Rhymes’s talking about how he feels as if he needs to adjust his raps to appeal to the masses, as that would be the only way he thinks he can achieve true success in the industry.
On the “wake ‘em when I come” bit, he’s referring to the fact that such a feat as for him to create music that actually does appeal to a mass audience would wake the world up to him, the fact that he exists, and the fact that they need to pay more attention to such a rapper as him.
“And shake ‘em and bake 'em” is referring to how shocked that the world would be that he managed to pull off the feat mentioned in the previous paragraph.
“and take ‘em to another place” is referring to that once he has the world in his hands, after appealing to all of them, he’s going to get them going on following him as if they were to be following such artists as Lil Wayne, and he’ll show them just what he has to offer the hip hop community.
“Ain’t no fakin'” is referring to how nobody else in the rap game can come even close to the style he has when it comes to music.
And lastly, “Ain’t no kind of mistakin' how I be breakin' up everything and be creating a s-s-s-situation when I’m done (DAMN!)” is referring to how original his music is, and attempting to even match the style he’s created for his music won’t do anything except create an unneccessary, unwinnable situation against you and the Busta himself.
Or, he could simply be rapping lots of verbs together to show off how quickly he can ‘bust a rhyme’.
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