Mitchel and Ness is a popular street clothing brand. Now, they are more known for their snapback hats than the rest of their clothing though.
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The desert is a metaphor for the ghetto, where Cam sees Desert Eagle guns.
This song has two purposes:
A: To terrorize other rappers (with the Diplomat’s lyricism I presume).
B: To pseudo-preach about how 9/11 was in New York and its fallout.
This song is not for those of weak constitution.
Shout out to Funkmaster Flex, one of the best DJ’s in New York.
Cam'ron has a Thanksgiving/Christmas themed automobile collection. (Gravy…Cranberry sauce….and presumably Turkey).
Cam'ron has written rhymes for several rappers. Though they are using his style Cam is cool with it because he’s getting paid.
According to Cam, one such instance was for Lil' Cease on Lil Kim’s “Crush on You”. Plus Cease allegedly once orchestrated an attack on Cam'ron and Jim Jones in Rucker Park (and then laughed about it in a video), so it’d make sense if Cam considered him an asshole. Cam says he got $5,000 for it.
Pretty dope alliteration here. Cam is saying he is fresh and has an assortment of rare and expensive wares, and he also has a collage of gold/platinum plaques on his wall
Cam has expensive blue jewelry or his wrist turned blue because of the diamond jewelry (slang: ice) on it
Killa gets women of mixed race (“mutts”) but they are really birds (“ducks”). These are both slang terms for loose women