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This hook is taken from Kanye West’s “Bound 2”, but due to legal issues it is not a direct sample. This track was originally a bootleg remix of “Bound 2”, but due to its popularity it was released as a single in its own right

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This instrumental is notable for its tempo [snail’s pace, only slightly faster than “All Gold Everything”] and its sparse texture, otherworldly synth pad sounds accompanying an ominous humming kick drum and snappy snares. In times, such as the beginning of Nicki Minaj’s verse, the bass becomes more distorted as the purr turns to a growl.

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Based on the intro to Elvis Presley’s “Blue Suede Shoes”:

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ASAP Rocky reckons his duty as a celebrity and as someone the younger generation look up to is to educate and be a good role model. But the mainstream rap world isn’t built for that sort of blatant moralising, so Rocky has to be pragmatic about the whole thing.

Also referring to two phrases from Lil Wayne’s “Back That Ass Up” outro

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“The means of production” is the ability to mass-produce items, usually through owning a factory. This phrase was most famously used by Karl Marx, who wanted the factory workers to own the means of production thereby creating complete equality

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This was in the days before Fergie was a regular Black Eyed Peas member

That’s her there

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A shout out to the producer of this track’s instrumental, DJ Mustard

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A reference to the 2Pac and Dr. Dre collab “California Love”, one of Pac’s most famous tracks

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Kid Ink can’t wait for the weekend where he can party, plus a reference to the movie Friday which starred comedian Chris Tucker

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This is a dangerous navel-gazing wormhole to go down tbr

75 IQ right here

Can I hazard a guess as to why Rimmer wrote this?

In June a thread was made reviewing the J Cole album Born Sinner. That thread was deleted, and a thread was made by the OP asking why it was deleted (and by who). Most mods agreed that the thread shouldn’t have been deleted, and eventually LEMON revealed the deleter as Rimmer. There were also a lot of other threads unjustly deleted around that time, and maybe he was responsible for more of them

"J’veux jamais être cramé comme Charlie Hebdo" (Georgio – Café froid) | pending

note-2000000 ftw

M'Balls too powerful

"I'm back" (P. Stunna – Interlude (Resurrection)) | rejected

Not particularly

This could have been interesting, had you not pussied out of making any real point and just went for the loophole of “rap and hip-hop are different”.

When people say “hip-hop is dead” they mean that rap as a genre has been creatively in decline for a number of years. I don’t agree with that at all, and that’s why I would have been very interested in you addressing this argument regardless of whether you agreed or disagreed with it. All I ask for is an actual stance.

"She said she fell in one of them Ls, but lust don't count" (Joey BADA$$ – Word Is Bond) | pending

Joey water u doing

"We don't pop lock but you'll get served" (S.A.S (Mega & Mayhem) – Drug Flow) | rejected

The image is fine in the verified tate

"Join us" (A3C_ – A3C Festival 2013) | accepted

I support this as well, sounds cool