AttenCHUUUUUUUUN!!! Never Scared (Remix) by Bone Crusher (Ft. Busta Rhymes, Cam'ron & Jadakiss)

His title of his debut album.

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Who am I???
Bone Crusher, motherfucker!
Never Scared (Remix) by Bone Crusher (Ft. Busta Rhymes, Cam'ron & Jadakiss)

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Switcha flow, getcha dough
Can't fuck with this Roc-a-Fella shit doe
Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator '99) by Jay Z (Ft. Amil & Jaz-O)

Another subliminal shot at Jay’s two main enemies at the time: Nas and Mase. He disses Mase on the previous song and he makes references to his tryst with Carmen Bryant in the second verse.

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Well in the back wit ya faggot ass face down Get At Me Dog by DMX (Ft. Sheek Louch)

Should be:

“one in the back left yo faggot ass face down”

Referencing the Quad City shooting that left Tupac in a wheelchair.

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Let me hollar at you yo Baltimore shit Get At Me Dog by DMX (Ft. Sheek Louch)

Should be:

“let me holla at you bout that Baltimore shit”

the original intention was to diss Tupac and he’s referring to the time he spent at the Baltimore School of Arts, hence the “hid your skirt” line.

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Met some hoochie, now I got fifty-five on it Da Bump by Redman

A play on the last line, instead of only putting down $5 bucks for some low grade or small quantity of high grade marijuana, Redman is able to get $50 from a groupie female and now they can either purchase more in quantity or quality with her money.

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I figured by now that nigga done been broke off some scrilla for stealin that shit
But until then I'm killin that bitch
Regime Killers 2001 by Yukmouth (Ft. Gov-Matic, Mad Max, Phats Bossilini, Poppa LQ & Tech N9ne)

Yuk wants royalty fees or proper sampling credits or since both major in the independent market, just being paid in unofficial cash transactions would be enough for him but Yuk doesn’t like crooks.

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Cats know with me platinum always wrap my wrist
I come to the awards, quadruple platinum chicks
Love Me by 112 (Ft. Mase)

A continued shot a Jay-Z where Ma$e was able to call Hov out for bragging baout having money but his records weren’t selling.
At the time Reasonable Doubt and In My Lifetime Vol. 1 were both only certified gold meanwhile Ma$e’s Harlem World went quadruple platinum in just over a year and he garnered multiple Grammy nominations.
In the next few lines you see that “chicks” is not only a reference to the girls he is fighting over with members in Roc-a-Fella but to guns he’s willing to use if Dame Dash wants to approach him in the street again.

See also: “Imaginary Player” and “Ride or Die”

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You shouldn'tve made that tape Def Wish II by Compton's Most Wanted

Refers to The Red Tape where the track “Real Doe” makes a subtle reference to CMW.

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Can't get juice with that doo-wap pop shit Duck Sick II by Compton's Most Wanted

Referring to one of Quik’s biggest hits: “Tonite”, which centered around cleaner lyrics, female vocals, and being a party song with g-funk tendencies. Also Quik liked to experiment with jazz and reggae samples, often singing on those tracks as well.

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