Jerome's in the house, watch your mouth
Jerome's in the house, watch your mouth

from Kanye West (Ft. Charlie Wilson) – Bound 2 Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

Here, Ye uses another reference to ‘90s show Martin. In this episode, he mimicked an emcee and a DJ (hence him saying “scratchin’ and samplin'”).

Since these are the last words on the album, they deserve a closer look; in referencing a 1990s comedy character who represents a parody of “ghetto” black virility, Kanye may be winking at his audience, indicating that he understands the character he “plays” on records is just a persona, and not necessarily his authentic self. These concerns may also be the motivation behind Kanye’s recent affinity for code switching in interviews with white media.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbOn1KM6LnA&feature=player_detailpage#t=65s

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