Marisol is a typical Hispanic female name. Lots of drugs are created and shipped from Spanish speaking countries. Because of U.S. laws against drug selling, many drug dealers use women to smuggle drugs into the U.S. by having them swallow pellets of drugs. Once safely in the states, the women shit the pellets out so that the drug dealers can start selling them. A good movie on this particular topic is 2004’s Maria Full of Grace, about a young pregnant woman who smuggles drugs into the U.S. from Colombia.
Action Bronson first started to gain a real buzz in 2010. Ever the old school aficionado, he mentions the beeper, the ancestor of the modern cell phone. It could transmit numbers or small messages but not much else. To alert the person, they would either beep or vibrate (buzz). They were also a favorite of drug dealers back in the 1990’s because the dealers could speak in code and not be understood or overheard as is the case with cell phones. Beepers went the way of the dinosaur as cell phones became more popular.
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Scarface is a 1983 gangster movie based on a fictional Cuban drug dealer named Tony Montana (played by Al Pacino). This particular Marciano song deals with the harsh realities of the drug trade. His decision to mention Scarface in the opening line, gives the listener some idea of what to expect for the rest of the song.