We're somewhere in a small town, somewhere locking a mall down
Woodgrain, four and change, Armor All'd down
Nothing more romantic than driving around some long-forgotten hamlet in a fancy Range Rover 4.6L with wood interior!
While he’s on tour doing press, shows, “Locking malls down” — shopping and whipping in his Range Rover — he seemingly puts that life over his lady. He can tell she’s getting fed up with it too, hence the next line.
The use of armor all’d down here is a reference to the tire shine, in the same vein ass “shoes clean on the whip” — Hiphop heads like to keep their wheels looking clean. It is also a play on the words to suggest that Jay’s Range is like an armored vehicle — bulletproof.
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