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Wiz is always hustlin' hard, constantly releasing new material and touring to accumulate more paper.

As everyone knows, Wiz is an avid smoker, so he is quite literally a ‘full time grinder’.

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In Wiz’s early days, he used to go by the nickname, ‘Young Khalifa’.

He was also raised in the hoods of the neighborhood, Hazlewood, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Wiz’s hype-man and emcee, Chevy Woods along with various other Taylor Gang cohorts grew up in the area.

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This hook pays homage to the classic A Tribe Called Quest song, “Award Tour” off their album, Midnight Marauders.

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The break-up happened a while ago, and the man has moved on and found someone new. Despite this, the girl still has feelings for him, which she has kept bottled up for so long.

Although she understands that you have to move on after a break-up, she cannot, as the times they shared keep her attached to her old flame.

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The first verse is sung by Oliver, portraying a man dealing with the break-up with his girlfriend, who is portrayed by Romy.

Over the course of the song, they trade bars detailing the emotions felt during and after the break-up.

Also notice the subtle but brilliant drum patterns in the instrumental, which sound like heartbeats, referring to the title of the song.

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At masquerade parties, party-goers wear masks, concealing their identity.

Snitches and fakes are always hiding, like people disguising their faces at masquerade balls. Rozay is ready to take out (“lay down”) the rest of his competition.

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Vado continues to describe his expensive wardrobe. “White Mikes” is a reference to white-colored Air Jordan sneakers, a brand designed by NBA Hall of Famer and basketball legend, Michael Jordan.

He also mentions American clothing brand True Religion, known for their popular range of denim.

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Frenchy and the boys are “bagging up”, meaning they’re putting the drugs into a duffle bag ready to sell.

San Quentin is an infamous state prison in California, which has been featured in many documentaries and films. Frenchy cleverly raps, “lock-down”, which describes how prisoners are locked inside the prison.

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Vado introduces himself as a nicely dressed, pot smoking pimp. He is rocking a turtleneck sweater while smoking weed with a bad bitch.

“Nudie fly” is a reference to the popular clothing brand, Nudie Jeans.

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Lola compares herself to arguably the most (in)famous rapper of all time, Tupac Shakur. In the biblical book of Revelation, the apocalypse is described as the complete final destruction of the world. Lola will obliterate your discography.

Tupac’s debut album was also titled, 2Pacalypse Now.

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"You's a lie, like fly without the letter F" (A$AP Rocky – Out of This World) | accepted

Fly pronounced without the letter F sounds like lie. ASAP is saying that the haters are all fakes.

"...ay!" (OJ Da Juiceman – XXL 2010 Freshman Freestyle) | accepted

Triple entendre.