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. When OutKast was first coming up, all of the critics told them that their unique southern style would never translate to mainstream success at a time when the East and West coasts dominated the genre. But they beat the odds and ended up seeing their first 3 albums leading up to this one go platinum, so now they are chilling in their expensive cars, unprepared for the amount of fame they are dealing with.
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