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Dogs are known to acquire a lot of parasites living in/on them. Using logic, a shorter dog would be more likely to acquire said parasites, and a taller dog would be less likely to acquire them.

Here’s the analogy:

Just like dogs, Top Dawg Entertainment has pests (probably haters and opposing organizations) of their own that they have to deal with. Smaller groups would have a harder time dealing with the pests, but TDE is so big, and they’ve taken their game to such heights, that the pests never get to them.

The third line can be interpreted in two ways:

1. “Top Dawg embarkin' on the whole industry”

TDE is coming after the entire rap game.

2. “Top Dawg Ent. barkin' on the whole industry”

TDE is taking shots, attacking, and going at the rest of the rap game (i.e. Kendrick in “Control”).


Either interpretation furthers the dog metaphor, because in both, you can see Top Dawg as a “top dog” ruling over a pack of smaller dogs.

Also take note of the wordplay! Parasites (pair-of-sights) can’t see them. Also notice that “bark” continues the tree theme, and the giant trees in Lord of the Rings are called “Ents” (relates to “Top Dawg Ent).

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April 19th, 2014

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Schoolboy Q and Soulo are known to enjoy rolling their weed in Backwood cigars. Because of this, they’re going to be going through packs quickly.

Backwood toke, I’m about that life

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Since Ab is rich now, it’s inevitable that some people are going to be asking him for money. Instead of giving them the traditional “suck my dick”, he gets creative and tells them to suck his “third leg” while he branches out, or becomes more popular and well-known.

“Branching out” also follows his theme of living like the trees.

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April 19th, 2014

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His group of lines that form a unit in a poem or song had come to a halt, thus signifying that his opponent, Hoop, was to precede said verse with a verse of his own in retaliation.

Wow, so literature. Much articulate.

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The alternative intro, outro, and hooks are taken from the original remix.

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Nas switches up the original saying, “the world is yours”, and states that the world is his because he possesses both a gun he stole from a cop and his “G-Notes”.

“G-Notes” could refer to multiple things:

• A $1000 bill (although they were discontinued before Nas was born, it makes sense because “C-Note” is a common term for a $100 bill).

• His music, because “G” is a musical note.

• “Gangster” Notes, which could be an understandable slang term for rap music.

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With this triple-double, Steph becomes just the first Warriors player since Wilt Chamberlain to garner at least 4 triple-doubles in one season.

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Curren$y is known for being unappreciated, underestimated, and just a whole lot of shit that starts with “un”. For instance, he’s underrated, just like most expansion teams. But even the late and great Bulls were a new expansion team at one point. The same Bulls who’s ‘96 team is considered to be the greatest NBA team ever assembled.

When you win a championship, the NBA awards you a ring with your team’s emblem on it. Curren$y is saying that all of these people who are sleeping on him now are going to recognize him once he’s made it to the top where he can flex his championship fingers, or show off his past success and accolades.

Note the double entendre on “championship fingers.” It could also mean Curren$y, one of rap’s bigger stoners, is rollin up them doobs perfectly!

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Following the theme of the last line, Drake compares his position in the rap game to the current position of NBA prospect and Kansas Jayhawk, Andrew Wiggins. They are both young superstars straight outta Toronto. People calling Andrew Wiggins the next LeBron James is similar to how Drake’s fans see him becoming a future legend in the rap game.

This is where it gets interesting…

Andrew Wiggins is said to be currently deciding between Roc Nation Sports (Jay-Z’s sports management company) and another unnamed agency for representation.

Also,

Andrew Wiggins was on the front cover of a Slam issue with Jabari Parker titled “Young Money: The Game’s Next Superstars Have Arrived”.

And to wrap it up, a possible shot at Macklemore?

“Fuck that other side, bitch” could be perceived as “fuck that Otherside bitch” (Macklemore has a song called “Otherside”). This being a shot at Mack makes more sense with Drake recently calling Macklemore’s apology text to Kendrick “whack as fuck” after Macklemore won over Kendrick and Drake himself for RAOTY in the 2014 Grammys. He’s saying that he “stays winnin'” even after taking the L at the Grammys.

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Since Chance is the reason these up-and-comers made it in the first place, they could end up being far better than him (killing him) and he frankly won’t give a shit– he’ll just bask in the glory of being the one who widened the path for them.

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So excited !!!!!! ;););):):):):B-D

I’m the one who suggested that by “God” he was referring to Jay-Z because he’s called “Hov”… yet my suggestion got rejected. plezz explain kthnx

Or he could be calling him God because his nickname is Hov ^

"How the game turn into the Drake show?" (Drake – Draft Day) | accepted

Just wanna say ^ that ain’t true. The Raptors have a very loyal fanbase and it was a good game with lots of playoff implications; the game probably would’ve sold out either way.

Look like a nigga meant to say BioTech

"You gon' have to kill me for me to stop gettin' it, feel ..." (Big Sean – 1st Quarter Freestyle) | rejected

Look at all the fucking alt accounts you made to upvote this shit, good lord

"To you they the stars but to me they a target" (Big Sean – 1st Quarter Freestyle) | rejected

Triple Entendre:

  1. What you said.

  2. Stars (celebrities) are a target for him, you shoot targets, so he’s going to start taking shots and dissing them.

  3. He’s reaching for the stars, or aiming for success.

"G.O.O.D" (Big Sean – 1st Quarter Freestyle) | rejected

You just made the exact same annotation twice, talk about an IQ whore

"So many bombs, you'd think Flex get money, from me" (J. Cole – Revenge of the Dreamers) | rejected

^Which makes sense because he took a shot at Kendrick by referencing Control earlier in the song.

"No application, I'm hired this year" (J. Cole – Revenge of the Dreamers) | accepted

Or he can’t apply for a job because he’s smoking a lot this year and they’ll drug test him.