Man the summer too hot you can feel it in the street
A clever promotion for the G.O.O.D. Music album Cruel Summer.
In cities like Chicago, the murder rate skyrockets in the summer; he is referring to the 312 shootings
Possibly also a reference to Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, which takes place on the hottest day of summer and the heat of summer also heats up the tension in the film.
The word “hot” could be a clever reference to a certain slang word for “gun”
The summer of 2012 was also one of the hottest summers in Chicago in recent history, and the murder rate also spiked this summer.
In Albert Camus' defining work The Stranger. The main character murders a man at the beach. His reasoning? It was hot and the sun was in his eyes. It’s doubtable ‘Ye is trying to make an allusion to absurd existentialist literature. But the parallel is still there.
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