Oversized clothes and chains we off that
Niggas still making it rain and we off that
Cause you can't bring the future back, back
Tell them haters get off me, the Cris' we off that
Timb's we off that, rims we off that
By telling us that they have moved on from common rap stereotypes of the past few years (oversized clothes and chains, throwing money in the air at strip-clubs, drinking Crystal, wearing Timberland boots and putting huge rims on their cars), Drake and Jay are reiterating the fact that they are ahead of the game
Drake has been ticking those items off his list in ensuing years; all that’s left for him to backtrack on are chains and rims.
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