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Danny!’s success can likely be attributed to, among other factors, his youthful appearance.

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Despite assertions that Cam was “genuinely excited” to have Jay on a song with him, tensions were certainly at a high between the Diplomat camp and Jay at the time of this song’s conception. It was at the urging of Damon Dash and Just Blaze that the song actually came into fruition, causing Cam to flippantly exclaim “you OWE me nigga” to Just Blaze for doing something for the greater good, i.e. a duet with Jay

Peep the video below where Camron and his crew explains it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AU_WOCmHyxY

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Amos ‘n Andy was a situational comedy set in the early 20th century featuring minstrel characters. Danny! likens this comedy to the antics of today’s rappers

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Even the most nimble of rappers make grammatical mistakes from time to time. In this case, Danny! realizes his faux pas mid-verse.

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Danny! doesn’t like to associate with nor shuck and jive with a lot of caricatures in the rap game. Namely, Keanu Reeves.

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Danny! makes moves for the sake of making them, not knowing where he will wind up next.

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Danny! lashes out at those who cast judgment on him without knowing what he’s gone through in life. What has he gone through? Six weeks without getting laid, among other travesties.

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Danny! has lived such a rogue life as of late that he questions the Lord himself (or, if you’re not a religious person, Meryl Streep) whether or not he will permitted inside the Pearly Gates upon his mortal demise.

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The urge to live recklessly is such a sensation for Danny! that he can literally feel it pulsating through his body. Pause.

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The taxi driver speaks Arabic, and he probably is of an Islamic background — the phrase Allahu Akbar means God is Greater and is a common Muslim prayer.

Many people from parts of Africa like Senegal and Morocco (predominantly Muslim populations) who come to the United States go into the taxi business, so Frank running into this Muslim cab driver is no coincidence but instead is common in the U.S.

The taxi driver is telling him that no matter how big your problem is, God is greater and He is capable of anything. That’s why he repeats the chorus after he mentions his other problems. But ultimately, prayer doesn’t matter and Frank’s dilemmas are unsolved. He’s basically telling god to put his money where his mouth is.

The taxi driver could also be saying God is greater because he is genuinely concerned for Frank and doesn’t know any other way to help him.

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March 7th, 2014

he is not telling god to put his money where his mouth is, ..

but instead.. when a foreign speaking person talks in a heavy accent you don’t really know what they are saying to you. so he is saying that if you are going to talk to me, please do not curse at me. advancing the line “i told him don’t curse me”

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This song is NOT an original feature. It was a track on the album “Welcome To The Hood” by the Freeway-backed group Ice City, featuring only Joe Budden.