7. "The World Is Yours" references Scarface.
The second major reference to Scarface in only four songs, “The World is Yours” further solidifies Nas’ appreciation of the message of the film; you can achieve anything you want. The world is simply there and waiting for someone to come along and take it. The quote appears on a blimp above Tony Montana just as he's embarking on his meteoric rise to the top of the world and serves as something of a personal motivator.
Later, the film ends with Tony floating in a bloody pool. The camera rises to reveal his favorite statue, the globe with “the world is yours” in neon lettering, staring down at the bodies and his destroyed mansion. Lyrically, Nas continues with the cinematic motifs as well. He begins his first verse with, “I sip the Dom P, watching Gandhi till I'm charged.” In other words, watching a film about a man fighting against brutal injustice gets Nas ready for his own fights.