Biggest boss in the game, chatter I never mind that
Cuz if it mattered C-Murder would go diamond
Perhaps the greatest and realest shit Ross has ever wrote.
Ross first begins by reminding us who he is exactly — the biggest Boss that we’ve seen thus far. Ross has had numerous Boss-titled songs throughout his career: “Boss”, “The Boss”, “I'ma Boss”, “You The Boss”, etc. Ross was even named GQ’s Bawse of the Year in 2012.
Ross then goes on to defend himself from the harsh criticism he has received throughout his career, from 50 Cent and the rest of his critics and haters.
This song was released in Spring 2009, during the prime of the Rozay-50 Cent beef. Just before their beef, it was revealed that Ross had been employed as a correctional officer for 18 months. Throughout their ordeal, Fif poked fun at Ross because of gangsta image he portrays in his raps, despite his CO stint.
Ross’s response to 50 and the rest of his haters was simple: If being real and living out your lyrics truly mattered the way that Ross' critics claim, then C-Murder would have had a diamond certified album. Ross insinuates that “keeping it real” has no true merit on sales or legacy — the only thing that truly matters in the rap game is to make extremely tantalizing music, which Ross has continued to do throughout his career.
C-Murder is a New Orleans rapper who, as his stage name would suggest, was convicted of murder. C-Murder is often thought of one of the realest rappers ever, if not the realest rapper ever. He sold relatively well throughout his career, but never came close to a diamond certification (an achievement for selling 10 million copies), verifying Rozay’s point.
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