C-O-M-P-T-O-N, I win, then ball at your defeat
C-O-M-P-T-O-N, my city, mobbing in the street, yelling

from Kendrick Lamar – Backseat Freestyle Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

Compton, Compton, ain’t no city quite like mine

Cali love, Kendrick’s home — originally given the spelling treatment by his mentor back in 92:

But I’m never off, always on to the break of dawn / C-O-M-P-T-O-N and the city they call Long Beach

In addition, Kendrick’s win/ball/defeat syntax is a continuation of the football reference, “audible”, in the previous line; moreover, the spelling with dashes between the letters of the word ‘Compton’ mimics the stacatto bark of a quarterback changing his play call.

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