Weather man tellin' us it ain't gon' rain
So now we sittin' in a drop-top, soakin wet
This line, like much of the song, reflects on the relationship OutKast has with the music industry. Dre is referring to production companies in this line, as they told him — OutKast would never reach mainstream status with their unique and precocious style. Regardless of what record companies told them, they stuck to their unconventional style, which was very well received. They were not prepared for the level of fame and success they reached when this record dropped.
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