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Here Kendrick could be refering to attitude with which he approached the industry. While so many other artists of the new generation were focused on being politically correct and trying to make friends, Kendrick came with a totally different plan to shake the game up. In his Control verse he refered to himself as both Unsociable and uncoachable.

I got love for you all but I’m tryna murder you niggas
Trying to make sure your core fans never heard of you niggas

Hence “My vision of the unsocial”

In keeping with the revolutionary tone of the song, the line also refers to a vision of society liberated from conventional social and racial divisions.

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Sweeerrrrvvve!

Probably most recognized from the song Mercy from the G.O.O.D. Music’s album Cruel Summer. The term swerve is often used to imply dodging someone, or telling someone to keep it moving or get out of your face.

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Drake has realized his salty ways, is taking a look at the man in the mirror and is trying to make a change. It’s understandable that the cover being switched at the last second could get to his ego a bit. I mean we all self-concious, and he ain’t the first to admit it.

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February 14th, 2014

“took my cover comments the wrong way”– he still can’t quite fully lose his pride though

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On the surface, Drake seems to be taking up for Macklemore and saying Macklemore doesn’t need to apologize for winning. Seemingly coming from a rather unselfish place.

…but once presented with backstory, one might come to the realization that Drake’s overly strong “wack as fuck” description of Macklemores text message actually may come from a salty grudge that he still holds against Kendrick Lamar.

Timeline:

  • Aug. 13, 2013

Control by Big Sean ft. Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica drops and Kendrick Lamar’s verse shakes the entire Rap game and Internet. In the verse he call’s out several of his hip hop counterparts including Drake, and tells them that they need to step up their game.

  • Sept. 21, 2013

Drake expresses his dislike for the verse and plays it down…

“That verse, he’s giving people moments,” Drake said. “That verse was a moment to talk about. He didn’t come in there on some wild, ‘I’m in New York, f**k everybody.’ If it’s really ‘fuck everybody’ then it needs to be ‘fuck everybody.’ It can’t just be halfway.”

  • Sept. 24 2013

Drake comes with an A-Salt Rifle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htvp_G1Hkwg

  • Oct. 15 2013

Kendrick Comes with that shit that makes your soul burn slow.

Yeah, and nothing’s been the same since they dropped Control
And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes

So as you can see, Drake most likely has ulterior motives as to why he’s so upset about Macklemore saying Kendrick should have won the Grammy for best hip hop album.

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A classic case of a female’s perspective being distorted by what the media portrays as “Pretty”. Every girl wants to feel pretty but sadly many have an incorrect perception of what pretty is. So they starve themselves and purge in an effort to meet this false sense of beauty.

These unrealistic images are portrayed in women’s magazines all over the country. The message being sent to women is that they are not pretty or skinny enough. The average American woman is 5’4” and weighs 140 pounds, while the average American model is 5’11” and weighs 117 pounds.

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Reality’s A Tragedy

On one hand, life may be hard and full of trials & tribulations. One may not enjoy the lemons life hands them, or feel that the cards they were dealt are unfair.

But Reality is Crucial

But at the same time you must face reality. You can’t ignore it and try to live beyond or out side of it. Cause at that point is when you end up living a lie.

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Burden of a Pessimist

Someone who tends to see the negative in all situations, or expects the worst is called a pessimist. Even though she recognizes the beauty in things, she still sees the bad side. LuzID is showing that she is self aware of the fact that she has the tendency to display these characteristics.

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This line or lines seem to depict a hallucination of some sort. She falling through a cloud or fog-like smoke, then lands in a crowd of people.

The sensation of falling can be caused by many things, and the crowd could represent the success she desires.

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Here LuzID is saying this person doesn’t seem see them together like she does. They don’t act as though they want to be one with her.

The suspense is eating me

Could be the suspense of waiting for them that is killing LuzID. Maybe they are leading her on or stringing her along but not making the decision to be in a relationship or not.

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Yo!, ….u killed this shit bruh

Gotta give you yo props, good shit.

On the surface, Drake seems to be taking up for Macklemore and saying Macklemore doesn’t need to apologize for winning. Seemingly coming from a rather unselfish place.

…but once presented with backstory, one might come to the realization that Drake’s overly strong “wack as fuck” description of Macklemores text message actually may come from a salty grudge that he still holds against Kendrick Lamar.

Timeline:

  • Aug. 13, 2013

Control by Big Sean ft. Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica drops and Kendrick Lamar’s verse shakes the entire Rap game and Internet. In the verse he call’s out several of his hip hop counterparts including Drake, and tells them that they need to step up their game.

  • Sept. 21, 2013

Drake expresses his dislike for the verse and plays it down…

“That verse, he’s giving people moments,” Drake said. “That verse was a moment to talk about. He didn’t come in there on some wild, ‘I’m in New York, f**k everybody.’ I almost wish he had come in there on that shit because I kind of lost a little bit of respect for the sentiment of the verse.’ If it’s really ‘fuck everybody’ then it needs to be ‘fuck everybody.’ It can’t just be halfway.”

  • Sept. 24 2013

Drake come with A-Salt Rifle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htvp_G1Hkwg

  • Oct. 15 2013

Kendrick Comes with that shit that makes your soul burn slow.

Yeah, and nothing’s been the same since they dropped Control
And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes

So as you can see, Drake most likely has ulterior motives as to why he’s so upset about Macklemore saying Kendrick should have won the Grammy for best hip hop album.

"I'm a breath of fresh air "Let the bitch breathe!"" (Lil Wayne – Grove Street Party) | pending

lil wayne wot m8?

I thought this was pretty cool Doc…

I myself could see the [he’s talkin to himself] aspect coming pretty early on….but don’t take that as a definite flaw in the writing, i’m usually a very intuitive person, plus i might’ve been thinkin ahead, but eh idk

Overall I liked it though!

"Looking past your group like a crew of midgets" (CeQuenCe – Word) | pending

lol…

such insensitivity to the vertically challenged.

jk…cool line

"LuzID <<<<<<<<" (Rap Genius Editors – Teams) | accepted

I’m down with the Luzid team.

First heard her in Plug DJ, ever since I been playing her tracks for people.

in the words of @Ab-Soulstan…

Dat Artist Maturity

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There’s a line that obviously pertains to drake, when he says drakes album name and talks about the pajamas.

Then the next line is likely pertaining to Papoose calling Kendrick a joke.

I think we should try to leave this annotation alone now….it now touches on both possibilities.