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I really don’t understand how he can defend his statement…

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The first lines of Pusha’s debut solo LP have him basking in the moment, knowing the gravity of this moment. After being in the game for so long, he finally has a chance to break out in a large scale.

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June 16th, 2014

Technically, 46:25.

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Drake is in a league all by himself, and he has no viable competition from any other rapper

Drake also plays on the words “game” and “scrimmage”, terms used in many sports. Teams usually scrimmage against themselves to see how they would fare against other teams.

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Meek starts off rapping over the beat of the 2Pac song, “Hit ‘Em Up,” which was a diss to The Notorious B.I.G.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rk2r6EohfT8 The beat was produced by frequent 2Pac collaborator, Johnny J

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Begbie was one of the few friends Renton had that didn’t use heroin. However, he was no angel — in fact he was the complete opposite, as Renton introduces him in the movie by calling him a psychopath.

Begbie didn’t do drugs…He just did people

He has a very short temper and can go ballistic at any time, exemplified by in the movie by almost killing an unassuming man at a bar because he lost a game of pool and carelessly dropping a glass from the top of the bar,which severely cuts a woman at the bottom level of the bar

When Renton goes clean and moves to London, Begbie becomes a wanted criminal in Scotland, and seeking refuge, shows up at Renton’s doorstep in London. This is when Renton truly starts to despise Begbie, as he shows no respect towards Renton even though he had voluntarily took Begbie into his apartment.

What breaks the camel’s back was when, after the big score, when Begbie almost kills a man (yet again) after the man accidentally bumps into Begbie and makes him spill some of his beer. At this moment, Renton decides that he is going to steal all of the money and leave Begbie with nothing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDAr7QTXgNc

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Renton, with Sick Boy, Spud, and Begbie, was able to score a huge profit (£12,000) off of a package of heroin. Renton wanted nothing to do with the transaction, or to associate with Sick Boy and Begbie, but was forced to pay half of the initial £4,000 to buy the package. However, after seeing Begbie lose his temper and nearly kill a man for bumping into him at a bar, decides that he has had enough of his “mates” and wakes up early in the morning, while the rest of mates are sleeping, and steals the briefcase full of the money they had just got from the transaction.

Renton knew that he had to dissociate from his old friends if he ever wanted to truly stay clean and move forward with his life, so he betrays them and steals all of the money.

Renton quietly stealing the briefcase while Sick Boy is sleeping

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Rent-Boy, played by Ewan McGregor, is the main character/protagonist of the film. As a low-life heroin fiend at the beginning at the film he spends most of his life either shooting heroin or trying to find ways (illegal or not) to get money for more heroin with his mates. He tries to fight his addiction and all the withdrawal symptoms with it, but has more trouble than most people, and often goes right back to abusing the drug.

However, ¾ into the movie it seems Rent-Boy has gone clean for good and moves to London to get out of the heroin scene and set his life straight. However, his mates come back to haunt him and hunt him down in London, eventually dragging him back to the drug culture. Rent-Boy finally seems to rid himself with his toxic mates in the final scene of the movie by running away.

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Surprisingly, Jay Z has been listening to the critically acclaimed underground abstract musician Gonjasufi. The sample “Nikels and Dimes” by Gonjasufi is used heavily in the song.
https://twitter.com/GONJASUFI/status/354339488262131712 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFBZcnre6Cw

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A markting strategy by Major League Baseball to engage fans with the all-star game by selecting one of 5 possible players for the final roster spot on the all-star team.

Interesting that all 5 of these are middle relievers.

Click here to vote for the last man into the all-star game!

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"Slick Rick was like Jesus, G Rap wrote the Bible" (J. Cole – Let Nas Down (Remix)) | accepted

nas classic ‘one love’ is also seen to be one of the best storytelling songs of all time, and Slick Rick was known to be the innovator and master of storytelling in rap (peep children’s story)

It can’t be in Budd’s sword because Beatrix finds the Honda sword hidden in Budd’s stuff when she was fighting Elle and it said on the sword that it was from Bill, proving that Budd was lying when he told Bill he sold it

This kind of resembles the story of Boobie Miles (the namesake of this song) who was a promising, sought after running back out of Texas, but had a big knee injury which essentially ended his once promising football career. After Boobie got injured, Boobie got berated by racist remarks from people, some even said he “should be shot like an animal”, proving not everyone was his friend

"My white flashing at USA shows so I rock nation" (Money$Team – Money$Money) | accepted

almost as lyrical as me pleyboi

more like 2 hunnid pleyboi

"The top 10 get high rappers # 1 is my rank" (Juicy J – A Zip And A Double Cup) | accepted

Dr. Dre is more of a producer than a rapper (and when he raps he is ghostwritten for).

Devin The Dude should have made the list

"I Still Love You explained if you don't know the rest" (Evidence – I Don't Need Love) | accepted

This is actually a refrence to his song, I Still Love You which was the last track off Weatherman and was dedicated to his mother.

"Fuck 2DopeBoyz" (Tyler The Creator – Sandwitches) | rejected

i think that this is biased against 2dopeboyz. They claim that they never knew of Tyler when he came out, and were dumbfounded on why he would diss them, when they didn’t even know who he was. They also admit that they like their music, so the last paragraph part is not so true in this case.

the explanations on this song particularly are extraordinary. Just Bravo. Props to everyone who did this

He’s not dissing Kanye on this. And apparently it’s not a diss song at all