I hit the back window in search of any Nintendo
DVDs, plasma screen TVs in the trunk
Kendrick is just searching around for the most valuable items. Most of his work is pretty personal, but a lot of the time he is portraying young teens who have been raised in rough cities with bad influences (most likely this case). And the fact that Kendrick continues to steal after they realize someone is in one of the rooms shows his reckless behavior.
On an early song, “Is this love?” Kendrick says he “he sold sega games”, so whatever he got from this house, he likely sold to make money.
Notice how in these lines he drops grammar and goes quickly from stealing valuable items to having them in the trunk of his crew’s vehicle. This is to add to the mood/sense of panic while he jacks as much shit as fast as he can.
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