Like the previous two lines, Scarface gives us two extremes: a perfect world with no grief, and a world full of nothing but grief and constant war
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Without grief peace would not have his full meaning, and vice versa
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Don’t even try being friendly with Ras Kass. It would be best to avoid him unless you want your collarbone popped out of place..
..it has buttons and makes noises? It’s blue?
It’s wide and stubby?
Malik smashes paragraphs (verses), steals other people’s jewelry (ice), and crushes other rappers' brains (mental device)
Expanding on his “Olympic lyricism” metaphor from the previous line, Black Thought throws away his competition’s verses like they’re javelins.
Black Thought compares his sharp lyricism to a bayonet, which he uses to chop beats with.
His lyricism is also Olympic, so amateur rappers can’t compete with him.
This whole verse is taken from the song Criminology 2.5 off of the Wu-Massacre album.
This hook doesn’t exactly translate into written word as well as it sounds, this is actually very catchy!
Royce has done some ghostwriting in his career, notably on the song “The Message” off of Dr. Dre’s album, The Chronic 2001.
Some clever and funny wordplay by Royce, he wants this girl to give him “brain” (a blowjob) for so long that she won’t have any brains left for herself.