The line asks who from the G-Unit crew fans thought will drop an album after Young Buck’s Straight Outta Ca$hville.
The Game was already part of G-Unit at the time. He was signed to Aftermath in 2003, then he was placed into G-Unit by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine during the recording end-process of Beg for Mercy, therefore it was too late for him to be featured on the album. Tony Yayo didn’t also record for the album because he was locked up at the time, although he made an appearance on 2 songs.
After establishing G-Unit Records and releasing Beg for Mercy, it was time for G-Unit member to release their solo albums with Lyod Banks releasing first (2004) and Young Buck 2nd (2004). Game was next in line since Yayo was still fresh from jail.
Chrome = gun
Ol' Dirty Bastard was simply known as Dirty and he was a member of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. Dirty passed away in 2004.
In this line Method Man play on the word dirty by shoting out both UGK and Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Masta Ace has used and switched this lines on “Don’t Understand”
I don’t do White music, I don’t do Black music
I make rap music, for hip hop kids
Nas is referring to the number of times Jay sample his songs. Dead Presidents, Dead President II, Rap Game/Crack Game etc
This is about street loyalty. Wet here means kill.
Nas kill who Scarface wants dead, and Scarface kill who Nas want dead. Favor for favor. This type of favors are used by mafias to help each other wipe out competitors.
Nas asks Sekou where he been the last season (year)
Game is paying homage to 2Pac who is known to rhyme words (like enemy/enemies and memory/memories) with Hennessy in most of his rhymes. 2Pac also loved Hennessy.
Similar to Lupe Fiasco’s “He Say She Say” song, this verse is a carbon copy of the first verse with a female giving her side.