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Note the wordplay “be’s”(bees)
Reference to Fast Lane
Running Amok is a term that is used for a sudden outburst, usually aggressive or violent, and is proceeded by a dissociative episode of brooding over some perceived wrong towards a person or object.
Si is spanish for Yes
A reference to this scene from the show Good Times (goes together with the last line):
He’s not the first southern rapper to make this reference
Also, James is a nickname for his friend and producer on his latest album R.A.P Music — Jaime Meline, also known as El-P.
He implying Slaughterhouse are the masters of the rap game. The “time lords” so to speak. They decide when your bullshit 15 minutes of fame are over — Royce says it’s now.
Welcome to: Our House was the result of one year of work, Joe is confident about the quality of his product but failure is always a possibility.
After Slaughterhouse dropped My Life a lot of fans turned against them and said they went pop. Here’s they thoughts on the song:
A play on word since piece also means gun. If you shoot you’ll get shot, life got it ways.
Cage keeps up a sexual theme since the second line to this one. Mentioning vaginas, a third eye and how he looks with no skin (foreskin)
A reference to a Biggie line
I believe GZA made ruckus sound like rockets.
He may be implying that in the future people will look back and know that there were still people who didn’t give up, like El P.
I think this time the word dance is being used as a synonymous to rebel.
He could be referring to Jay-Z and Kanye’s wealth. The Throne album was in fact, heavily braggadocious.
He could also be mocking the paranoids. Check this out:
While Eminem perform the track live he hold his necklace(often pointed out to be an illuminati symbol by conspiracy theorists). Basically, Em could be saying “Chill, it’s just a sobriety necklace”.
Also a reference to the Outlawz.
I think that what Ren is actually saying is that no one got the balls to show the ghetto life. Remember, back in the days nobody expected NWA.
It’s similar to one of Tupac’s lines