Look around Fast Life by Asher Roth (Ft. Donnie Trumpet & Vic Mensa)

Look around and notice how lucky we actually are
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_w26Gzr5kU

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Rum and Coke, call it black Bacardi Girls of Summer by Yonas

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On Disclosure beats, it's a duo crew, uh When A Fire Starts To Burn (Freestyle) by Vic Mensa

The beat was made by the UK electronic duo Disclosure.

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In Miami Beach with the 2 Live Crew When A Fire Starts To Burn (Freestyle) by Vic Mensa

2 Live Crew was a rap group from Miami

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This is the life, I don't wanna leave Breaking Bad by XV

Much like the life of Walter White, who ended up dying in the lab, where he spent a lot of time.

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I always knew that I would blow up one day
Like a nuclear reactor
All I Want by B.o.B

Simple simile: He would blow up (become famous) like a nuclear reactor that also blows up in it’s own way.

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"Who pulls the strings? Who has the dice?" Coastline by B.o.B

B.o.B is asking who has the control over what is said on the news and all the lies he hears. The flow of this verse resembles the flow of “Where Are You (B.o.B vs. Bobby Ray)

This is also the second time B.o.B presents these thoughts on the album (The first time being on the album’s third track: “Paper Route”)

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alex
March 8th, 2014

“Who pulls the strings? Who has the *die?”

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[Marty Randolph]
Yeah? That's cause Visionary ain't shit! And you're not shit! And fucking Logic isn't shit! And I was supposed to have him first! He was supposed to sign his soul! Sell out! Just give me the number! Fuck!
Randolph Returns (Skit) by Logic

Marty Randolph is acting like a big time, commercial record dealer, exactly the opposite of what Logic wants. These artists sell out quickly. Marty wants to use Logic to make some easy money. Marty from Young Sinatra 1

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Said, welcome to forever
Welcome to forever
Welcome to... forever...
Welcome To Forever by Logic (Ft. Jon Bellion)

May 7th, 2013. Amazing happens

When Logic was choosing Album names he choose “Welcome To Forever” because he thought this mixtape would be the one to welcome himself into Hip Hop and it would be forever because he wants to be known as someone in Hip Hop forever like 2 pac

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mo8b59lj7jE

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I never contemplated suicide, I'm too alive Welcome To Forever by Logic (Ft. Jon Bellion)

Although his past was rough he’s too into his music to let it and himself go. He’s too alive to die.
This is also a quote from the first line of Drake’s song We’ll be fine.

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April 2nd, 2014

could also reference from tupac’s song thugs mansion, where he says “i cry at times, i’ve even contemplated suicide, but when i held up that knife all i could see was my mommas eyes”

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