That style’s got a thousand dads, mine's at an orphan's home
Smoking on the porch alone, killing it with a gorgeous tone
Your act (previously classified as boring and cartoonishly macho) has a thousand predecessors, whereas Eso’s is an orphan, parentless. The following line puts him “smoking on the porch alone” and conveys that he’s a rule-breaking rebel and that he chooses not to be friends with others—he’s peerless.
This makes the raps all the more extraordinary: he didn’t learn how to “[kill] it with a gorgeous tone” from anyone except himself. That’s what you’d call a rags-to-riches story.
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