This is something like an early version of R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet,” except Biggie is dealing with a New York Knick and pulls off a robbery after stealing the girl.
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He loads up this baller’s money in an expensive Prada bag, basically adding insult to injury.
She was able to get Biggie fully turned on, something like a perfect 10. A dime.
Maybe a girl like Selita Ebanks, AKA the Phoenix from Kanye West’s Runaway film.
Frankie White will roll through with his heater and shoot up the scene before the party gets busy.
But Biggie, if you got a gun up in your waist, please don’t…
Some NY rappers prefer to keep their guns closer to their manhood..
The line is waistband — not “waist and”. Biggie is apparently not strapped himself, as he is indicating that Big Jock has got ‘the Glock’ (for Biggie’s crew) in his waistband.
Loc'ing out is slang for going crazy, and when the crowd started acting up, people were throwing fisticuffs.
Nothing relaxes a girl like a little booze and some smoke. At least that’s what ALL the rappers say.
This line is used to set the stage and give listeners more information about the party currently taking place. They’ve had drinks, and are now relaxing and enjoying the ritual of communal blunt smoking. Multiple blunts in rotation typically indicates multiple blunt-rollers/suppliers, and a generally relaxed and cool atmosphere.
Biggie repeats his spin-off of a popular phrase,
And now for my next number,
I would like to return to the classics
The original clip was sampled in “Plug Tunin' (12" Version).”
Also sampled by Mr. West in the old school/new school collab made for the Nike AF1.
Biggie gives us the inner thoughts of the girls he’s drinking Remy Martin with.