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Money affords you jewelry (ice), sold his soul to the devil.

Its hot down there.

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July 12th, 2012

It is ironic in that in the same transaction he “buys” something yet “sells” his soul by worshiping material things.

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He understands the path he has to take to stay righteous however, there’s small hurdles he has to go through while, referencing the beginning of the song where he describes himself as a premature baby, meaning everything takes time.

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He understands right from wrong, but can’t stop himself for getting the things he wants, which may not always be the right thing.

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Does he have to be a killer to be recognized?

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Asking himself what is necessary to consider himself a successful artist in the game.

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Its more than music my friend.

"Eat that fast food, and use that flouride toothpaste" (Kendrick Lamar – Ab-Souls Outro) | rejected

^ nino’s explanation makes no sense.

New Booties — A new born baby’s booty needs baby powder when he’s being cleaned up.

"I'm working on my hooks my nigga, I ain't tryna battle you" (Kendrick Lamar – Wanna Be Heard) | accepted

Possible double entendre.
– working on hooks as in a boxing match, while in a battle.
– working on hooks as in his lyrics.

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