Cisco is the brand name of a fortified wine produced by the Centerra Wine Company (a division of Constellation Brands) with varieties selling at 13.9%, 17.5% and 19.5% ABV. Cisco has a syrupy consistency and sweet taste; because of its color and bottle shape, it was said to be frequently mistaken for a wine cooler. The Federal Trade Commission required the company to put a label on the bottle stating that Cisco was not a wine cooler, and to change its marketing strategy from “Takes You By Surprise.”
Notice a musical effect that Jean continues throughout this whole song — she leaves long pauses in between parts of the same sentence across a bar line. That is, the word “Either” really goes with the start of the next line, with “Your brain dead or…”, but she doesn’t reflect that in how her rap is structured.
As she says in this interview here, this song is “supposed to feel a little threatening, and unhinged, and energetic.” She does this by upsetting the normal rhythms of speech. She does this again, later such as on the words, “and the foulness crowd, when it [BIG PAUSE]…deflects back and it hits yoru limbs], later in the song.
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