The beat feels like a never-ender
But all things good must, so I won't sweat it
Tip says the beat is so hypnotizing, it feels as if it never should end. He then plays on the phrase, “All things good must come to an end”, but simply saying “all things good MUST…”, the “things” referring to good things such as the beat.
Yet, he also says “I won’t sweat it,” in reference to the “must,” which, as a noun, refers to anything that is musty or damp or stale, or even sweaty. Also, in finishing the beat, he is making sure it never reaches the moldy, musty state.
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