Song: "Give Up The Goods (Just Step)" (1995)
Album: The Infamous

The beginning of this line hits like a prayer, a darkly spiritual invocation for the continued wealth and prosperity of Prodigy's neighborhood. But it's counterintuitive: Prodigy's neighborhood is the hood. It's wealth and prosperity, in this situation, is the darkness, which is where the second part of the line comes in, a stark reality of theenvironment, the deadly playing field from whence the prayers come.