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Dope reference to South Park by Pakyed.

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Pakyed once again speaking troof

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The soldiers went home as a result of their terrifying experiences

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We can never decide upon the best way to deal with these problems. Should we punish or fix?

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Many martyrs have extreme and radical views and in many cases this leads to mass death, e.g. 9/11

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Just like the left wing side of politcs, these liberals (right wing) also broke promises, however from the high modality use of ‘overlords’, it is probable that Suffa is more disapproving of Abbot and Costello.
He’s saying they were power hungry and abused it.

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Wide variety of Australian artists, both new and old.

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March 13th, 2014

Bliss N Eso and Drapht have been around for a while “old school” where as Pez/360 and Seth Sentry are considered newer artists.

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Weather a metaphor for good conditions, i.e good condition of Aussie Hip-Hop, so Bliss and Eso have rounded up the cream of Aussie Hip-Hop to create this song.

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Although it’s the politicians or the generals responsibility to start these wars and make the decisions, we as the public are the ones who usually have to cope with the consequences of these decisions, even though we generally have nothing to do with them.

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Literal meaning: Looked back to Earth
Actual: Looking back, what was the point? To say, hey look how great America is? Is that worth it?
Also, seeing the Earth from a different perspective..being on the moon having a view of the whole of Earth is metaphorical for greater insight

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The Mackelmore diss is likely because he says “stay winning.” So he acknowledges that he was winning with the success of The Heist etc, but his reaction to winning the Rap Grammy was an L

Also the connotations of the words are misogynistic. Dogs play and use bones until they’ve had enough. Also alligning with this sentiment is the fact that boning isn’t the most respectful way of referring to sex, rather referencing the girl as an object i.e a bone

"It felt cheap. It didn't feel genuine. Why do that? Why f..." (Drake – Comments on Macklemore's Post-Grammy Text) | pending

It begs the question doesn’t it. WHy did he feel the need to instagram it? #selfishguilt

"Their fingers on the trigger, we won't be here long" (Hilltop Hoods – Fifty in Five) | pending

Suffa explains the arrogance of American and allied truth and their mindset of “We have all the weaponry, lets just kill as many as possible as quick as we can and the war should be over.”

Also “buddy” sounds like body-quite deliberately. Thus it continues to align with the sex orientation of the song.

This reference to Batman comes soon after his reference to the Joker and the Riddler- both Batman villians

"Hot on my own, self-immolate, I could be a Buddhist" (Childish Gambino – Pound Cake (Sway In The Morning Freestyle)) | accepted

Most famous self-immolation was the one of Buddhist monk Quang Doc in June 1963 in protest to Diem’s corrupt, nepotistic regime in the South. This got a lot of coverage back in the US.

"Silver spoon coon, young buffoon, yeah, they know me well" (Childish Gambino – Pound Cake (Sway In The Morning Freestyle)) | accepted

“Yeah, they know me very well” is quite a facetious comment because he names two aspects of himself that people know him for and then says ‘you know me well’.

So he’s being Sarcastic. He’s saying people don’t really know him.

Just on ‘new-fitted’. Caps are symbolic throughout literature as giving yourself identity-belonging to a place etc.
For example, Holden Caulfield in ‘Catcher in the Rye’ with the red hunting hat. He wore that hat to feel like an individual. Same with Kanye

"Three niggas in one room, first time I was tossed" (Kendrick Lamar – Sing About Me, I'm Dying of Thirst) | accepted

Referring to sex as ‘tossed’ just shows how men only see her as a sex object

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