Just might let you meet 'Ye
This is a pretty nice sentiment if you think about it. Kanye is the one you might expect to use a “hey girls if you’re nice to me you can meet Jay-Z!” line, having followed in Jay’s footsteps his entire career
Jay praises K’s success, perhaps even acknowledging that there is a student-surpassing-teacher thing impending
Additionally, steering the models toward Kanye (who’s still single) keeps unwanted temptations away from Jay, who’s happily married to and just had a daughter with hot bitch Beyoncé.
This line shows how far Kanye’s come since his debut album, The College Dropout. Back then, Yeezy was using his friends in hip hop to pick up girls and now rap god Jay-Z is tempting broads by name dropping West.
These thoughts were similarly expressed in “Big Brother” from Graduation. That song highlights the fact that Kanye West sees Jay-Z as his big brother, meaning that their relationship is deeper than professional or friendship. In this track, Jay-Z also acknowledges Kanye West as his brother.http://youtu.be/-ZpPdqhTs3U?t=1m5s
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