Heya! I´m a hardcore hip-hop & major (wannabe) sneakerhead. I also love video games & manga. My favorite rappers are Biggie, Nas, Kendrick Lamar & Jay-Z.
The show went on a commercial break and the break ended and after that the results were waiting…
This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.
This explanation hasn't yet been reviewed by the Rap Genius editors
Or share a link to this explanation
Show other contributors +
Add a suggestion
A one night stand can change your whole life
Spitta is trying to be humble by hiding his watch so that he doesn´t offend the execs, who should be the ones with the money but Spitta´s already richer than them
No matter where Spitta goes, he´s always fly and stylish and therefore the women are always all over him
Everyone wants to get rich
Refering to Fly Society
He was into making CREAM so that´s why he switched to the criminal side of life
Raekwon´s line in the OG-version goes like this: “I grew up on the crime side, the New York Time side”, so he´s basically interpolating Raekwon´s line.
Quoting Method Man on CREAM (by the Wu-Tang).
Tha Hot Spitta is Curren$y´s nickname
How is it ironic considering Young Chop´s backlash at the remix? He´s complaining that they changed the beat without asking Young Chop first. The line is aimed at biting. How did Kanye bite if he changed the beat?
Choosey lover is also a song by Aaliyah
…Or Biggie isn´t talking about anything specific.
Should probably be: “What Da Fuck”, and he´s quoting Jay-Z who says “What The Fuck” in the exact same way, on Bring It On from his Reasonable Doubt album, which is also the song Spitta is rapping over.
Stalley is also a major sneakerhead. He´s a regular on Nicekicks Celebrity Sneaker Watch.
Actually, his original name was Curren$y Tha Hot Spitta, but he changed it to just Curren$y.
Goes back to the Toky Drift line.
He´s got a song called Tokyo Drift too.
But it also goes with the song, since he´s saying nothing´s changed, he´s the same dude as always.
What has this got to do with hip-hop?