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Los Angeles, is known for it’s beautiful weather.

Q is saying that kids in LA are careless and laid-back.

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People go crazy when Joey comes through — possibly too crazy and putting them into cardiac arrest from all of the excitement

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“They” is referring to society. Isaiah’s saying everyone wants to be famous.

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Isaiah will kill a beat by using his lyrics to express his feelings, he doesn’t need a gun.

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Jay Rock wasn’t scared of anything when he had that 25mm.

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Rock had a .25 caliber pistol while he rode the trolly.

The trolley was a good form of transportation when Jay Rock was a young gangsta in cali.

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March 10th, 2014

Jay Rock stayed strapped at all times!

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Continuation of the previous bar. Q is saying he was kicked out of his house by his mother

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Q’s mom kicked him out of the house because she thought he was too dangerous. Q was too much of a thug.

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March 20th, 2014

his mom dosnt want him in the kitchen cause hes cooking up crack

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Q is forced to break into a house and steal to get some dough because he has none

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Take Vic’s shoes and put yourself in them.

Note: Vic is playing off the expression “Put yourself in my shoes”, which means to put yourself in his position. He is asking you to take his shoes in the sense that he wants you to see from his point of view.

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"Heirlooms that's what I leave, heirlooms that's how I weave" (Lupe Fiasco – THORNS & HORNS) | accepted

Also a play on words: Heir/hair and weave

"Came a long way from a boat and an auction / Now we got n..." (Isaiah Rashad – Ronnie Drake) | accepted

I think the correct lyric is “Now we got names and a vote, then a coffin” I think he’s saying that African Americans have come a long way but still don’t have much. Racism is still alive today…

"Not a dollar on me, this home invasion a payday" (Isaiah Rashad – Shot You Down (Remix)) | accepted

The correct lyric is “Not a dollar on me, this home invasion a payday”

“And the bands still trynna sign me"
"Steal my shoes for a second”

"Steal my shoes for a second, think about it" (Vic Mensa – Fear & Doubt) | accepted

The lyric is actually “Steal my shoes for a second”

"I'm never good with these names so I never call her that" (Domo Genesis – Mind Games (Snippet)) | pending

He could also be saying he’s never good with bitches so he doesn’t call her that