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He is a perfectionist that does that which is impossible without magic, hence the name. A bit unbelievable for many, but with the success he will garner, the aspect demands respect.

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Tough as nails, and volatile as ever, he claims that only God and his soldiers hold superiority over him.

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He his now hiding the aspects he has been known for, and due to who he is, being his enemy guarantees their loss.

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He has been selflessly inclined to assist, but such effort begets much less fulfillment nowadays.

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The host of this song, Checka Fred, is dangerously skilled on the microphone, similar to B. Magic.

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King of the Hill: A well-known, quality series.

The Oblongs: A lesser-known, so-so series.

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If he remains where he deserves, he will remain out of reach of these problematic people.

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Again, if it is his, people will discredit it, including those he considered friends, who will do so behind his back.

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People will hate on him and that which is his, and he knows they cannot reach nor understand him due to their superficiality.

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"Amen, Satan laying wait for them" (Ubiquitous – Musical Chairs) | pending

“Amen, Satan lay in wait for them”

Change “floss them stuntin' is a habit” to “flossin', stuntin' is a habit”

"Lock the block down, beat the strip up / For the things i..." (Ubiquitous – Musical Chairs) | rejected

“Lock the block down, heat the strip up
For the fiends and clucks who come to re-up”