No one’s gonna stop him on his championship run, for the ring.
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Worthy, as mentioned in the previous line, is referring to James Worthy, a former NBA player. Nelly doesn’t want his jersey though, he wants to have value, to be worth something.
Shout out, Matty Trump is a Boston based producer who produced much of this album.
Cole spits the truth in this song, so it would only be right to call his competitors wrong.
Kareem is the leading scoring in NBA history. Cooper wants to be like Kareem and have the most “points” in the game, an argument that could mean he’s the best.
Or maybe he’s gonna be unique like Kareem’s hook shot.
He’s partially rapping to honor his boy, Cozmik, who was killed in the crossfire of a restaurant shooting. In the video he drops his skates next the restaurant he was killed in.
He was shot in a coffee shop http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/13/brian-scott-dead-cozmik-f_n_318742.html
The Giants have beat the Patriots in 2 recent superbowls on game-winning drives.
(This was a devastating explanation to write coming from a die-hard Pats fan)
“I said it’s gonna be a hell of a night” is a line from the intro in J. Cole’s title track on his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story.
In the film, Toy Story, Buzz Lightyear uses the tag line “To Infinity and Beyond” when he wants to fly. Dillon’s trying to make it to infinity in the rap game.