Lg_aka_BabyJesus

Follow
Lg_aka_BabyJesus's photo

When trouble comes, those people doubting you will completely abandon you, yet keep it real with your lady, and she keep it real with you.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

This annotation hasn't yet been reviewed by the Rap Genius editors

Show other contributors +

Pimp here is so gracious of his wife’s undying support, he would, and could, get her any piece of shining bling, any fancy car, etc. she wishes. What’s an Underground King without a queen anyway, right?

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

This annotation hasn't yet been reviewed by the Rap Genius editors

Show other contributors +

Bun says here that his success as a rapper and a “trill OG” comes from his significant other; as in, the unbroken support of his wife.

The rest of this first verse essentially explains how she done it.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

This annotation hasn't yet been reviewed by the Rap Genius editors

Show other contributors +

Chamillionaire, in the penultimate track of his debut album, looks back at the struggles he had to pull through in order to achieve what he had at the time of his album (which, when The Sound of Revenge was released, a fanatical online following, his website, popular mixtapes, a Gold Single: “Turn It Up”). This hook, sung 4x by Chamillionaire, is essentially 2 things: a revelation that “something ain’t right” and that something is missing (“a huge void”) because he had no spiritual guidance or that it was conflicted (see below “Father say he a Muslim, Mama say she a Christian”), and a prayer for God to correct his mistakes.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

This annotation hasn't yet been reviewed by the Rap Genius editors

Show other contributors +

Sometimes, young and naïve people can do some pretty nasty things simply for money.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

Just because he calls some women bitches and some women ‘ho’s, and uses these words in his songs quite frequently, does not mean that all women he knows look or act like that

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

I believe Chamillionaire rapped, in Verse 3 line 5, “I don’t wanna see my culture divided.” This makes more sense when put into the context of the verse.

Verse 2, line 3 should read:

“By some riddle you sung little, but scream mighty stronger”

Verse 3, line 3 has “false lines” instead of “false line”

When the hook is sung for the 2nd and 3rd time, Bun B performs it, and replaces “up in N.Y.C.” with “down in P.A.T.”

"Who is this guy Busta? Who is this guy Snoop?" (Chamillionaire – Hip Hop Police) | accepted

Chamillionaire originally lined up Busta Rhymes and Snoop Dogg to feature on “Ultimate Victory,” but it did not follow through, so their tracks were cut.

"Saw that you was ridin' dirty when I looked at the rest" (Chamillionaire – Hip Hop Police) | accepted

The name of Chamillionaire’s song is actually just simply “Ridin'”.

“Ridin' Dirty” was the name of the 1996 UGK album, which reached #2 on the Billboard top 200 albums, and also influenced Cham.

"To keep it real a record deal couldn't stop me / I'm boot..." (Chamillionaire – When Ya On) | pending

“I’m bootlegging bullets, you can still get a copy.”

Although the feuds have long be over, this is also paradoxical shot at BCD, a distribution company Chamillionaire used to deal with early in his career. Chamillionaire had some legal issues with BCD over them acquiring some of Chamillionaire’s mix tapes and studio tracks and selling them without his consent. Many later Cham mix tapes make note of this beef as well, some of them explicitly.

At this point, the evil part of Eminem is crediting himself for the success Eminem got over his previous 4 albums (Slim Shady LP, Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem Show, & Encore)

At this point, the evil part of Eminem is crediting himself for the success Eminem got over his previous 4 albums (Slim Shady LP, Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem Show, & Encore)

Lg_aka_BabyJesus hasn't added any songs!