To the polo fleece to the bombers
This line has different meaning depending on the interpretation that we give it. Bombers were puffy coats rocked in the day to conceal weapons and product on the street.
You might think about fashion reference, Ralph Lauren has both a line of Polo fleeces. But they also produce bombers, a particular kind of jacket:
As Jay-Z often refers to fashion brands, this could be pretty normal. Also drug dealer—guys, who were often the pinnacle of style since they had tons of cash to spare, wore Polo fleece and bomber jackets to stay warm while working the block. Hence the D boy drug dealer look a couple lines above.
If we go a bit back on Hova’s discography though we can find different Polo references:
The first part of the line could also recall the times in which he used to hustle in Marcy.
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