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This part of the song is very important.

Rihanna and Madonna = Black & White. This means he’s about to testify and give you his truthful story. He’s not just randomly rhyming words with Your Honor.

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"Cuz when we danced, I felt that fifth all on yo waist" (Troy Ave – Your Style) | accepted

Ok, your annotation is either wrong completely, or there is a double meaning here.

The Pre-hook is the girl “New York” talking to Troy. She’s not fooled by the dimples, ( a sign of sweet innocence) because when they danced, she felt the fifth (the gun) on his waist.

See more here:
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fifth

"Good head get your rent paid" (2 Chainz – Living) | accepted

I disagree. He’s talking about any chick he’s with. If the head is right, he’ll pay her enough to keep her rent paid. This is more likely talking about his groupies. 2 Chainz is beyond prostitutes at this point. Prostitutes don’t have rent issues.

"She said “I’m glad you ate it," where my cap & gown?" (Game – All That (Lady)) | pending

I love the cleverness of this line.

In addition to what has been said. There is a play on words with the “Where my cap and gown.” It can either be interpreted as a question “Where my cap and gown”? Or, as a declarative statement: “Wear my cap and gown,” since She told him he graduated (I’m glad you ate it).

"Mayonnaise colored Benz, I push Miracle Whips" (Kanye West – Last Call) | rejected

Did anyone else catch that Left-Eye said a similar line on the song Quickie, on TLCs 3D album?

“You heard of Mayo
Well my cars do real fine
Miracle Whip this lyrical chick
On some spiritual shit”

We know Kanye is a Left-Eye fan

It’s even deeper than just being real in the rap game. IDols, legends, like Nas and Jay-Z were looking at Cole at the time like he was supposed to be “The One” as in the chosen one. The savior of rap that they approved to carry the burden. They were passing the torch, essentially. Also, they felt he was like Neo from The Matrix. Aka The One that would free them from the vast sea of weak rappers that don’t elevate the culture.

"Put it on whatever bitch, me and Spitta high as shit" (Curren$y – What It Look Like) | pending

Don’t forget the wordplay. He’s also saying he’ll give any woman the business. Also put it on whatever bitch is like him saying I swear to God. “Put that on everything”

"Don't fuck with PBS, but man, I'm addicted to Barney's" (Curren$y – What It Look Like) | pending

Exactly. That’s the genius of Wale. If you listen, he slurs that part because PBS and VVS sound alike. Remember he’s not too good with vowels. He doesn’t commit to them just like he doesn’t commit to women.

He definitely said cuter than the nigga T-Pain. Mad suspect.

"Nigga, I was rehearsing in repetition the phrase / That o..." (Kendrick Lamar – Black Boy Fly) | accepted

Kendrick is also a fan of Aaliyah, as we learned in Section 80. One of her biggest singles, “One in a Million” came out before Kendrick was 17. Aaliyah grew up in Detriot, which is notorious for its violence and poverty, like Compton. She’s one of the few who made it out, so watch that Black Girl Fly.

"Ema-nem-manating / Where ya mizzat-mustache at" (Azealia Banks – Liquorice) | pending

“Ema-nem-manating”. What do we know about Eminem? Eminem is a white rapper. He’s always wearing black clothes and he traded in his signature blond hair for black hair. She put Eminem in her song. Another White in Black reference, just like the theme of the whole song. Genius.

http://www.google.com/search?q=eminem&hl=en&safe=off&tbo=d&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=BT3RULfzMdON0QH9yICwDw&sqi=2&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1024&bih=672&sei=CD3RUKaRK4ix0QGH2ICAAg#biv=i|36;d|v0g-aM5GIxVtcM:

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