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Lil Wayne actually never did this song; someone just took Wiz’s beat and put it with Wayne’s voice in Comfortable.

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B-b-b-bitches ain’t shit but hoes and tricks.

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I’d never call a girl that, but I’d call one of “those” that.

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A nod to this famed Biggie line

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Have some cheer, weed is near!

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October 29th, 2012

He wants to stay baked, and there is drugs in the room.

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Preceding the reference to Chick Hearn, who was a Lakers broadcaster (he too was on a mic).

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Definitely symbolizing consequences. He needs money to do certain things — some things he enjoys, and some that he has to do TO make money, in a cycle.

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Seems like someone’s had a few too many last night; this is an initial show that effect (the hangover and being tipsy) has a cause (a night out).

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Addressed to another of his songs, Dat “New” New, and a reference to rappers' secondary style of rapping as opposed to the old style they’ve gotten bored of. (Dat “New” New was actually quite a change of ‘style’ for the artist.)

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As many have said, it’s Cudi’s opinion that Hiphop is “dead.” He’s saying that, to bring it back, more people need to come into the ‘game’ with fresher… shit.

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"Visions of home, the streets that I roam, it’s been awhil..." (J. Cole – Visionz of Home) | accepted

To me, these lines seem to reference Tupac. He was quoted saying: “I’m 23 years old. I might just be my mother’s child, but in all reality, I’m everybody’s child. Nobody raised me; I was raised in this society.”

"My heart thump not from being nervous" (Kid Cudi – The Prayer) | accepted

I believe his heart’s thumping because of music. If you listen closely to what you think is “good” music, you get a little feeling in your chest; that’s what he’s addressing, from my perspective. The marijuana theory may be relevant as well.

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