The Moet and Alizé keep me pissy Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

“Pissy” means drunk

Moet I understand, but…Alizé? Really, B.I.G.? Girly drink!

2Pac and the Outlawz would eventually use Biggie’s fondness for the fruity liqueur as diss material in “Hit Em Up” — which is a hypocritical diss, considering the recipe for 2Pac’s “Thug Passion”:

2 parts Cristal, 1 part Alizé

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I made the change from a common thief
To up close and personal with Robin Leach
Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Robin Leach was a television personality most known for hosting the show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous (which — for the younger crowd — was a proto-Cribs)

Take a look at the background of this image of Lifestyles. In the entire music video for Juicy, he’s standing around poolsides and places a lot like this.

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You had a goal, but not that many
Cause you're the only one I'll give you good and plenty
Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Play on the lyrics from the beat’s sample, “Juicy Fruit” by James Mtume:

I’ve had a few but not that many
But you’re the only one that gives me good and plenty

It’s also a reference to Good & Plenty candy, which B.I.G. ate by the handful (notice he changed the original so that he’s the one getting the candy)

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(it's all good) Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

I haven’t included all of the Puff Daddy backgroundspeak in the lyrics, which is a shame…some people find Puff Daddy annoying, I find his voice meditative (Suge Knight disagrees, of course..)

Get really banged up and make an effort to listen to his intrusive running monotone in the background: “aaalll gooood…” “money hoes and clothes…” and the more aggressive “Aks somebody nigga!

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Peace to Ron G, Brucey B, Kid Capri
Funkmaster Flex, Lovebug Starski
Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Ron G, aka the Youngest in Charge, is probably best known for his breaks tape Beat Kingdom. Brucie B, Kid Capri and Funk Flex are also well-known DJs, while Lovebug Starski was a party-rocking old-school MC

Lovebug Starski is known for creating the genre title “Hip-Hop” while partyrocking “Hip to the Hop you just don’t stop”

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Remember when I used to eat sardines for dinner Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Although sardines are perfectly healthy (in general, the smaller the fish, the better), they are also inexpensive..

BIGGIE: MAYBE YOU SHOULD’VE STUCK WITH SARDINES!

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Blow up like the World Trade Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Prescient of the Day the World Changed, but a reference to the 1993 “small fries” bombing

After 2001, the words ‘World Trade’ were sometimes cut out of the song, just like the word ‘pregnant’ in ‘Gimme the Loot’

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Remember Rappin Duke? Duh-ha, duh-ha Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Rappin' Duke was a proto-rapper posing as a rapping John Wayne. His hit single, “Rappin' Duke”, contained the chorus, “duh-ha, duh-ha”

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I let my tape rock 'til my tape popped Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

Tape players … I miss the hiss..

When you overplayed a tape, it would blow out and break.

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Sipping on Private Stock Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.

A brand of malt liquor favored by the poor as a cheap way to get drunk

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