[Hook: Anya Pinto (2Pac)] Can U Get Away by 2Pac (Ft. Anya Pinto)

The song samples Maze and Frankie Beverly’s “Happy Feelin’s” and I believe part of the hook interpolates lyrics from Lionel Richie’s “Dance the Night Away”

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Wanksta snitches Clap Back by Ja Rule

another shot at 50 and associates referencing his hit “Wanksta” and the alleged restraining order he put out on Black Child and other Murder Inc. associates.

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It could be much worse, I could be hotter than yo scrubs
Mask and glove, gun hot from burnin ass up
Clap Back by Ja Rule

By now, Eminem had engaged in beef with Ja Rule and he started off by lacing the D12 debut album with direct responses. Devil’s Night had great buzz and Ja is metaphorically saying that he figuratively gets hotter than the scrubs(D12) by literally firing off on em and the heat emission from his gun is burning up from dropping all 6 of them.

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Pimp shit, it's not realistic Clap Back by Ja Rule

Another shot at 50, referencing “P.I.M.P”

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Only a hard dozen wanna be calling me cousin Ice Cream by Raekwon (Ft. Cappadonna, Ghostface Killah & Method Man)

Nice little double entendre. First let’s explain the situation of when girls who aren’t romantically attracted to certain men put them in the friend zone(“cousin”) and thus equating your relationship to that of family ergo no thought of ever slipping into a late night escapade but fun to be around.

He’s saying that almost no female wants Cappadona as a friend only, only about as many as he can count on his hand(less than 12) dont want that FWB status.

He’s also referring to the superfluous gambling term hard dozen, since a 12 can only be rolled hard(6-6). A dozen is often a rare bet in craps because of not only the difficulty to obtain such a roll but it requires betting against the shooter(who gets the rest of the possible rolls, 2-11) to gain the most profit and even then most games only award a push and not actual profit.

So Don basically saying, it’s extremely rare to find any female who disapproves of his rep and doesn’t want to gain those extra benefits.

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[Hook: Nate Dogg + 2Pac]
[Nate] I wish it would have been another
[2Pac] How long will they mourn me?
How Long Will They Mourn Me by Thug Life (Ft. 2Pac, Big Syke, Macadoshis, Nate Dogg & Rated R)

Here Warren G explains how this song came to be. He was recording with Pac on a different track and the rest of Thug Life came to tell them about Kato’s death in Detroit(in an attempted robbery when he was borrowing Big Syke’s decked out car) and they produced this record on the spot.

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West coast till the casket drop 3 Time Felons by Westside Connection

Sampled off of WC’s first verse on “West Up”

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Herschelwood Heart of a Hustler by Dead End Alliance

Keke is from Herschelwood, TX. He also named his first group after the town, Herschelwood Hardheadz featuring him, Duke, Archie Lee, and Knock.

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Blades Heart of a Hustler by Dead End Alliance

The new age foreign rim styles, (after they moved on from Daytons and Vogues), where the rims ride normally 20 inches and higher and when driven, give the illusion of fracturing sunlight as if the light was being passed through revolving door of knives/saws/metal blades.

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April 19th, 2014

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Buck Heart of a Hustler by Dead End Alliance

Buck is a term used by hunters to describe leather and wood natural camouflage. Southern artists flipped the term to describe car interiors fitted out with leather seats and wood grain panelling.

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