Confronting those snails/sloppy-ass rappers. Also sets for the next gun line, with the bullet definition of “slug”.
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The watching public already knows where SH’s opponent is gonna end up. Where the funeral speech (eulogy) is said.
Porter Rockwell was a pretty bad-ass sheriff back in the wild west period.
Goes with one of the first BmE collabs' intro theme.
Eminem is a pretty good contact to have in the rap industry (50 approves), with that he’s easily touching entemann’s (which is a bakerie manufacturing company) as in cake, as in money.
“That’s cake” points out his metaphor and states how easy it is for him at the same time.
He also used these rhymes in his Lemonade Freestyle
The first one states what their target rapper is all about. Whereas they’re about pointing that out in him.
Remember that Royce is an anti-swag adherent.
The next bars state what they’re also about.
As opposed to the wack state the rap game is in, They’re still a 100% (down to the socks) pure and real, add to that a sprinkle of Big L to describe their recipe. Of course, props are given to the original cook.
Also notice the use of “us” right after the B.I.G mention. Ring any bells?
He doesn’t convert to mainstream shit just to get loot, he keeps what he raps about real and told with skill. Just like Notorious B.I.G (Big poppa).
Concludes the precedent extended metaphor (He hot on track/sex) however not hot in a kind sexy way, rather as thug, which is referred to by the 2Pac adjective.