[Deceit] You Can't Stop The Prophet by Jeru the Damaja

Here Deceit doing what he does best, luring Jeru to ignorance with lies hoping to trap him and convert him to the evil that looms throughout the ghetto.

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Imagine your dome posted on America's Most Wanted It's Going Down (Remix) by Celly Cel (Ft. B-Legit, E-40, Kerry, Mack 10 & Rappin 4 Tay)

America’s Most Wanted is the popular national show that helps police departments and federal investigators catch suspects by spreading info of the case across the nation to catch fugitives on the run. 4-Tay can relate as he served time before his career even started

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Shirley-locks in my hair It's Going Down (Remix) by Celly Cel (Ft. B-Legit, E-40, Kerry, Mack 10 & Rappin 4 Tay)

Pimps in California popularized having perms and being hardcore metros.

Celly had the popular perm based off of the Shirley Temple character

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"Tonight's The Night" like Kris Kross Freaks Come Out by Dru Down (Ft. Luniz & LV)

Tonight’s the Night is a popular song off of Kriss Kross' disappointing sophomore album, Young and Dangerous. It led to a remix with Redman who has his own song with the same title

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I'm tired of weak ass niggas whinin over puss
That don't belong to them, fuck is wrong with them?
Party Up In Here by DMX

A continued diss of Kurupt, who at the time was in an on and off relationship with Foxy Brown that was broken up with Foxy falling for DMX. It got to a point where Kurupt was so love stricken he came to New York to help Foxy fight assault cases and dissed DMX in The “Source” and then dissed him all throughout his Streetz iz A Mutha album

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Me and you a happy home, when it was on Do For Love by 2Pac (Ft. Eric Williams)

Likely a reference to Pac’s “Happy Home”

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[Hook: Eric Williams] Do For Love by 2Pac (Ft. Eric Williams)

Shock G produced the original version and also sung portions of the hook but of course, much of Tupac’s original studio work was remixed due to the massive lawsuits with Suge Knight, Interscope, Amaru Ent., and former Death Row Artists (including Eminem winning a suit to bar artists, mainly Ja Rule, from using Tupac samples). However, this song was one of the better remixes completed in the posthumous Tupac era.

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[Intro: 2pac] Do For Love by 2Pac (Ft. Eric Williams)

Here’s an early demo version with the more direct reference to the Bobby Caldwell song. Shock G was the main producer of this version.

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Biggie's Mac Milli Ain't Shhh To Discuss by Erick Onassis (Ft. Noah & Teflon)

Several tracks by Biggie often have him or his feature artist using the term “Mac-Milli” specifically to descibre Mac-10/Mac-11 submachine pistols

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Gillie up in Philly Ain't Shhh To Discuss by Erick Onassis (Ft. Noah & Teflon)

Gillie Da Kid who also was on Suave House with Rick Ross before he went to Cash Money and Ross went to Slip N Slide.

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