Cause dope knows dope so as far as what the dope is Rocket Science by Skyzoo

Maybe a play on the phrase “real recognize real” saying that dope (Andre 3000) knows dope (Skyzoo)

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I listen to 3 stacks and hope I'm what he fuck with
I know I'm what he fuck with, never mind hoping
Rocket Science by Skyzoo

3 stacks is another nickname for Andre 3000. He is most famous for being ½ of the musical duo Outcast, a continuation from the previous two lines.

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No I'm not from Cuba but this is what I'm good in Time by Rockie Fresh (Ft. Mr. Hudson)

Play on words with “good in” and “Gooding” in reference to the actor Cuba Gooding, Jr.

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View me like the Zohan, I'm not the nigga to mess with Time by Rockie Fresh (Ft. Mr. Hudson)

Reference to the 2008 Adam Sandler movie “Don’t Mess with the Zohan”

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But I'm who they wanna hang with like my name was Mr. Koopa Time by Rockie Fresh (Ft. Mr. Hudson)

Reference to Chamillionaire’s mixtape “Hanging with Mr. Koopa”

One of Chamillionaire’s nicknames is King Koopa. Chamillionaire to Rockie is Kanye’s Jay-Z

Possibly a reference to the mid-90s ABC sit com, Hanging with Mr. Cooper.

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And the Good Book by your bed Time by Rockie Fresh (Ft. Mr. Hudson)

May be a reference to the Christian Bible

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HiiiPower HiiiPower by Kendrick Lamar

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I penetrate the hearts of good kids and criminals
Worrisome individuals that live life critical
Poe Man's Dreams (His Vice) by Kendrick Lamar (Ft. GLC)

Recall the opening lines from “Memory Lane”, the sixth track on Nas’s classic album Illmatic:

I rap for listeners, bluntheads, fly ladies and prisoners
Henessey-holders and old-school niggas

Kendrick’s rhymes are relatable for everyone. Whether you are an A+ student, a gang member, or someone that over-analyzes life and doesn’t enjoy it as much as they could, his words speak directly to you. Perhaps this is because he has seen both worlds: he’s been the good kid and the criminal.

There is a similar theme on the hook of the previous track:

Compton Crip niggas ain’t nothin' to fuck with
Bompton Pirus ain’t nothin' to fuck with
Compton éses ain’t nothin' to fuck with
But they fuck with me, and bitch I love it

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Fire in the street, fire in my swisher
Fire in between the two legs of your little sister
Ab-Souls Outro by Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Ab-Soul) 1

He uses a common theme of fire to describe 3 of the major problems of his generation: violence, drugs, and sex (STDs)

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What if Tammy came across a real man
Who didn't play games like children
Ab-Souls Outro by Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Ab-Soul) 1

In Tammy’s Song, Kendrick describes a woman who turned homosexual because of so many failed relationships with men. Soul wonders if she could have avoided this fate by finding a real man.

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