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He is using different SIM cards so it makes the law have a hard time putting wire-taps on him. If you use one SIM card for all your illegal conversations it wouldn’t be long before you’re sent to the pen.

SIM cards store your phone number, so you can have differents numbers but have the same phone.

In essence, he’s using multiple phone lines to contact his connects that bring in the raw.

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December 7th, 2013

Bringing all that mortar in is a play on words and refers to shipping large amounts of cocaine in brick form — brick-and-mortar being a common combination.

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The CBS logo is an eye, one eye.

Jay Z has used a similar line before

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March 14th, 2014

Pusha is also referring to the ocular that jewelers are often seen using to examine fine jewelry.

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Lorraine Schwartz is an American jeweler who has designed for many a celebrity. Pusha is simply saying he has her on speed-dial, just in-case he needs the ice ASAP.

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This a sample from the song “Without hope you cannot start the day” by English Rock-band “Yes”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF6sYDXZUsw

In an interview with Miss Info, Pusha said he begged Kanye for this beat.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=X-Vfrs20rrA#t=2m45s

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That’s what happens when you’re surrounded by a bunch of yes-men. No Jim Carrey.

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Referring to the French and their act of guillotining, which was a way of decapitating offenders.

Being on his “Nas shit” is alludes to the NYC burrough of Queens because he’s from there, and the French Queens' usage of the guillotine to off with people’s heads that defied their power.

Nas also has a reputation for chopping his fellow rappers heads off.

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January 4th, 2014

Also, the line could be referring to the previous line, “pardon my head” or part in my head, since Nas has always been known to have a part in his head.

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Game probably gave her the big fat one like his Uncle Snoop Lion does to his hoes

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First, he drops his Amex Centurion Card at the reception of The Ritz

Then they are off into the Ritz.

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After the girl leaves him, she gets another guy and does stuff the way Cole taught her, and the new guy learns it all.

Who taught ya how to tongue kiss a nigga like that?

Yeezy taught me

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"Niggas stuck on stupid, I gotta keep it movin'" (Jay Z – On To The Next One) | rejected

I was lost, I was jaded

Could also be interpreted as a play on words on “LOX” and “Jadakiss”

"I pray the master don't lynch me" (HS87 – Cypher) | accepted

He said “Massa”

"I took the bullets outta 50 put 'em in my fo'-five" (50 Cent – Hate it or Love It (Remix)) | rejected

50 got hit thrice. That’s 3 bullets.

"Ball so hard I don’t respect the fuckin’ referees" (Jay Z – Barclays Center Freestyle) | accepted

And this seems like further proof:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1sGie--CXo

"Either Gunplay, runway, trip avoid," (A$AP Rocky – Ghetto Symphony) | accepted

Trip Avoid : Avoid tripping while running

"Since y'all claim I'm Illuminati, tell me why would you t..." (Pusha T – Doesn't Matter) | rejected

He obviously doesn’t

The lines in my opinion means that every rapper says they were inspired by some other classic rapper from the 80’s and 90’s but none of them actually rap or rhyme like the rappers did in the 80’s and 90’s.

“My Name is My Name” is heard all through the album. This is a quote from “Marlo” a drug kingpin from the TV series “The Wire”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itCPGm2W1fE

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