Raw refers to cocaine. Push uses it as a homophone to describe the cocaine he was dealing before rapping & describes his current “raw” rapping style.
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The songs premise works around Push & Malice figuratively ending lives. Flexing their wordplay, they create a warning to other rappers in the game. Essentially saying:
We might be dope dealers, but we can rap too
Unlike his brother Push, Malice does introduce himself at the beginning of his verse.
He uses gun lingo to create a metaphor for his rhymes. Lookin' something like this:
I never sleep, cause sleep is the cousin of death
Underestimate Malice and you’ll have two bullets in your chest.
Chill out, Malice is swerving in a Rolls Royce (RR) with his girl
Gene runs with common criminals. A bond ensures the holder of funds (cash). If they’re dippin' and not paying their bonds, violence will follow!
Hennessy is a popular choice of congac, served with ice.
Wice is the singular version of “twice” and “thrice”. Malice implies these other MC’s only care about money.
The popular street game “dice” or “street craps” was often a game of life or death. If you bet your chain and lost, there’s no going back. Not handing that over could cost you your life.
Pusha refers to the drug game. Clipse built their brand on the fact they were ex/current dealers who slang cocaine.