Before the radar go from bleep to blip
Radar is used to detect the presence of both mobile and stationary objects within a fixed area. Radio waves are continuously emitted from a radar dish or antenna, which bounce off any objects they encounter. Each emission of radio waves is signaled by a high-pitched bleep sound. However, if these waves come into contact with an object, it is indicated audibly by replacing the bleep sound with an alternate high-pitched blip noise.
Further, by definition, “blip” means “[a] spot of light on a radar or sonar screen indicating the position of a detected object…” (The Free Dictionary).
Therefore, in this lyric, Beast 1333 is saying that something (assumedly “a change in leadership”) will happen or approach so rapidly that a radar would theoretically not even detect it.
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