Give a fuck about your rippin' down some open mics That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

Instead of going to poetry jams and open mic contests to get noticed, Kanye was out in the world and making business connections to find someone to sign him. He took the world head on with his charisma and confidence and ended up with a deal.

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You ain't know I get a deal because I rhyme tight
Sport Rocs before your deal to be an Unsigned Hype
That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

Kanye is referencing both his lyrics and the fact that he was a producer for Roc-a-Fella Records. Unsigned Hype is an article that appears in The Source which showcases underground rappers with much potential.

So even when Ye’s rapping was just getting noticed, he was still stunting in Roc-a-wear clothing and making music with greats like Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel

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Said her best friend wanna see what Kanye West like
Cause her man dress like a transvestite
That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

Kanye has always been a connoisseur of high fashion and good looks, so this girl would love to go out with a sharp and well-dressed man like Mr. West than the current scrub she’s seeing. This reminds me of that one Killers song.

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Shorty had three friends, that's my best dykes That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

This shows how much of a player ‘Ye was as a child, all the girls wanted to be around him. This translated well into his older self.

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So, grand theft auto
Come up out your auto
Mobile, before I pull more steel than Soprano
That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

‘Ye makes a reference to both the video game Grand Theft Auto and television show The Sopranos. When Kanye comes up and steals your car like the characters in Grand Theft Auto, he pulls his gun out, just like a Soprano character — someone who’s a mobster.

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Bad bitch on both arms, that's why I fuck them ambidextrous RapGenius End of the World Cypher 2012 by Rap Genius (Ft. Ariana Grande, Ashtag2, BBDS, BlackPhan, Bosco The Flacko, Cockring, DolphinBoi, Dyaz the Bringer of Love n Peace, Jason D. Morris, Kevin Fernald, Lemson, MAK NIKOVA, Northstars, Notatroll, Ottafiyah, RapPolymath, ScopeY, Teddy Westside, Teebird & UncleRySarm) 35

Getting the reference in this line is the only reason I made him an editor

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And just figure-they be like, "Oh, you rap?"
Naw, motherfucker, I just did beats nigga
To have some shit to rap on nigga
Ha ha, I'm tryin' to understand, why the fuck if a nigga got hot beats
He can't have hot rhymes? Why is that nigga?
That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

This portion is somewhat mentioned, and thoroughly noted on “Last Call”.

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As a shorty had a Schwinn, look that's the best bikes That Nigga Jigga Freestyle by Kanye West (Ft. DJ Boom)

It’s true, when Kanye was a youngster Shwinn was one of the best bicycle companies, and an owner of one of these bikes would show that someone’s a big shot.

The Schwinn Company is based in Chicago if that means anything to you.

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Sound like some morphine shit right here Numb it Down by Clipse

Morphine is a chemical that gives one an incredible high, and makes them almost impervious to pain. Here, the word is used as a synonym for ‘dope’, e.g., Malice is always dropping dope music.

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Nothing stops Malice from driving off the lot
The eyes on high, the water's boiling in the pot
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Though Malice is now rich and can afford expensive cars to drive off of auto lots, he’s still connected with his drug-dealing past. This is symbolized by the boiling water, which is 100% necessary when cooking up that white.

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