The clip Montoya is released from prison and talks to a friend about what has changed and what has remained the same from American Me (1992)
All these years, nothing's changed.
A lot has changed, homes. Took me a while to see it.
To see where we can move out here, man.
Dig that shit out.
It's nothing new.
It's the numbers that are different, brother.
We're talkin' about 200,000 tecatos doin' their thing every day, brother.
The Italians are still runnin' the show, but they're gettin' sloppy.
It's a move with a heavy upside.
Runnin' that show on the inside's one thing.
Runnin' it out here is a different trip.
Inside and outside go together, brother.
You're the one who pulled our coats to that.
Control the inside, you own the outside.