A reference to one of the most legendary outlaws in American history
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Evander Holyfield was a great boxer
Pop culture reference to the Incredible Hulk
K-Solo’s signing off by making a reference to one of his singles Fugitive.
Refers to his appearance on the song Hardcore from EPMD’s previous album “Business as Usual”
Reference to the R&B song “Teddy’s Jam” by Guy, this song is actually later sampled by both Redman and Keith Murray
A reference to the movie Goodfellas in which Joe Pesci starred
reference to the rapper Chubb Rock
refers to funk music produced by George Clinton and the Parliament, EPMD was famous for frequently sampling P-funk, which shows up in Redman’s early work as well
Play on words — E. Sermon is saying he wants to be original (which EPMD and Redman were)