Producer of K-Otix, he left in 2004, leaving no productions for K-Otix’s 2004 LP Ethos. His album works include his solo effort Hustler’s Theme.
He since has rejoined with the trio’s new album Legendary
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MC’s wear material items such as jewelry pieces to impress a crowd
An east coast slang even adopted by the Houston trio
F.T from Street Smartz mentioned this too
Eagle are well noted for having exceptional eyesight. Buckshot keeps his competition on scope just as an eagle would for prey
Buckshot continues the theme of targeting from the end of Verse 1
He means he has him in the sites of his Desert Eagle handgun.
Just like Brooklyn took the role of taking it, Buckshot reminds us once again his why competition steals/bites his style of rhyme
From the words of P.Diddy
“Don’t worry if I write rhymes, I write checks” from the single Bad Boy For Life (Supposedly ghostwritten by Mad Skillz)
“Come to the jungles of the east” refers to East New York in Brooklyn and popping yang means to talk trash or nonsense. Hence, Jeru is saying you need to step up your rap game before coming to his hometown.
Boston MC Scientifik payed homage to Jeru The Damaja with his Jungles of Da East
In addition, Scientifik had connections with the Gang-Starr foundation
Jim Rome refers to his fans as clones on his talk radio and Sports network
A reference to King Midas of Greek mythology, everything he touched turned into gold. This became known as the “Midas Touch”
Sampled from Common’s verse on De La Soul’s The Bizness