My come up got niggas so resentful Hate It Or Love It by Clipse (Ft. Ab-Liva, Pharrell Williams & Sandman)

Everyone else is jealous of how Malice came from a poor boy in Virginia to a respected rapper with loads of cash.

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All the while alluding tubs and crocket Hate It Or Love It by Clipse (Ft. Ab-Liva, Pharrell Williams & Sandman)

Tubbs and Crocket were the names of the police officers on the television show, Miami Vice.

Malice used a smilar reference on “Momma I’m So Sorry.”

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Your my next top model All Eyes on Me by Clipse (Ft. Keri Hilson & Pharrell Williams)

Alluding to the show, America’s Next Top Model which was quite popular in the late 2000’s.

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Your style like Jackie O, now just sit back and let 'em marvel All Eyes on Me by Clipse (Ft. Keri Hilson & Pharrell Williams)

Jackie O was first lady to late president, John F. Kennedy. She was notable for being incredibly fashionable and setting trends frequently.

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I know those YSL platforms ain't coming cheap All Eyes on Me by Clipse (Ft. Keri Hilson & Pharrell Williams)

Referring to Yves Saint Laurent pumps which retail for around 1000-plus dollars.

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Walt: Umm, well it's kind of funny. When I got my diagnosis, cancer. I said to myself, you know, why me? And then the other day when I got the good news, I said the same thing. Over by Breaking Bad (Ft. Moira Walley-Beckett & Phil Abraham)

It was no surprise that this came as a shock to the other party-goers when Walt said this, as most cancer patients would be incredibly thankful to hear that they’ve gone into remission. Walt’s expression of self-pity seems to stem from his desire to keep going with the drug manufacturing business he’s in. Had his prognosis been negative, he could have kept turning out pounds of crystal and provided for his family without any future worries, but the positive results now means that he’ll have to stop soon — something he doesn’t want to do.

This situation was foreshadowed in the previous episode. “4 Days Out,” when Walt see his reflection in a towel dispenser and starts punching it, signifying that he doesn’t like what he’s becoming. His want to die is referenced later in the series with the episode “Fly.”

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This was also a time when Walt was feeling conflicted about his involvement in the meth trade. While he secretly enjoys making meth, he still sees himself as a good family man who’s just having to do certain things to provide for that family. Dying was an imperative part of Walt’s game plan in cooking meth. Discovering that he’s not going to die in the near future means that he started cooking for no reason and he’s become a criminal for nothing.

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[Produced by J. Dilla] Workinonit by J Dilla

The longest track, and one involving the most samples, “Workinonit” poses as a nice introduction to one of Dilla’s most emotional and meaningful works, Donuts. Four out of the six samples in this song are used in beats later on in the album.

The main vocal and chord samples, along with the name of the song, stem from 10cc’s song, “The Worst Band in the World.”

Minor samples include Beastie Boys' “The New Style” and Mantronix’s “King of the Beats” throughout the song, Sweet Charles' “Yes It’s You” at 0:40, Joe Ski Love’s “Peewee’s Dance” at 1:46, Raymond Scott’s “Sprite: Melonball Bounce” at 1:53, and Malcolm McLaren’s “Buffalo Gals” at 2:25.

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Classical Genius Productions Broken Down by Producer Genius

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Honestly, I was not excited to listen to this album, in any possible sense of the word excited. Album Analyzes: 808s and Heartbreak by Dyaz the Bringer of Love n Peace 15

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My name is Weezy, I'm almost perfect
And I work harder than hard workin'
Unstoppable by Drake (Ft. Lil Wayne & Santigold)

Whereas Drake knows he is not perfect, Weezy is self proclaimed “almost perfect.” I mean, there’s a reason he releases tracks with names like “Best Rapper Alive.”

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