Here he is Comparing Life on the streets of Brooklyn to being drafted in the army.
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People in the drug game put in the effort to sell like stock brokers and receive their reward (dividends)
This is clearly some friendly joking around between label mates.
On Sean Price’s song “Price & Shining Armor,” which features Ruste, Juxx had the line “The nigga ghostwriting for Price on Mic Tyson.”
So either it’s joking around between label mates or one or both of these man are lying.
“A Kryptonian, Jor-El is Superman’s biological father"
-Wikipedia article on Jor-El
Replacement leather straps for wrist-watches.
Again Ruste highlights his underground status and proclaims that he’s better than most mainstream rappers.
Boxing terms. Meaning whoever was fighting with Ruste clearly got hit.
This line is also meant to be taken metaphorically as meaning rappers shouldn’t mess with Ruste Juxx’s lyrical prowess.
A double entendre.
Ruste is saying he’ll pass out as Redman would if he smoked meth.
This is also referring to “Blackout” a collaborative album between Redman and Methodman (who’s other stage name is meth).
Even though Ruste is underground and doesn’t have the mainstream and pop-culture penetration of his fellow Brooklynite Jay-Z, he’s still a good representative of his borough.
Shawn Carter. Jay-Z