I'm swervin' in a boss car, I party like a rock star Get Money by Big KRIT

Possible reference to two songs here, the first line about being in a boss car could be referencing Rick Ross‘ verse on All I Do Is Win, where he says:

Boss, swervin in my lo-lo

While the second line is a reference to the famous hook of the song, Party Like a Rockstar, which goes like this:

Party like a rock — party like a rock star
Party like a rock — party like a rock star

Now that KRIT is rich, he is driving around in an expensive luxury vehicle (or boss car) and partying all day and night, just like a rock star would. This line highlights the good life that stars like him are accustomed to.

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Young Krizzle ain't never run out of bread, yea we eatin' Go Off by Big KRIT

Wordplay with bread and eatin':

To be eatin' means to be making a ton of money or doing a lot of sales, and bread means money. So, KRIT is so rich he will never run out of money (or bread), meaning he is at the top of his game, or eatin'. This creates wordplay as bread is a food that can literally be eaten.

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A$AP Mob album, out ASAP Dope Lord (Move That Dope Remix) by ASAP Ferg

A play on A$AP and ASAP:

A$AP Ferg is a member of the ASAP MOB, who as a group are going to release an album soon. Another way to say soon is to say ASAP or As Soon As Possible, creating wordplay as ASAP sounds the same as A$AP.

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Young nigga spit that dope
Young nigga spit that dope
I be that Young nigga spittin' dope
Be that Young nigga spittin' dope
I be that Young nigga spittin' dope
Dope Lord (Move That Dope Remix) by ASAP Ferg

He makes a play on the hook of the original here, instead of moving dope, he is spitting dope, this creates a double entendre using two definitions of dope:

  1. Since he is spitting dope, that means that his rap lines are “dope” (or amazing), they get you hyped up and make you want to jam his music.

  2. Since he is spitting dope, that means his raps are like drugs (or dope), in that he gets paid for every bar he spits, just like a drug dealer would get paid for every gram of cocaine he sells.

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[Intro: Pusha T]
Real dope dealers for real!
Haha! Hahaha

[Hook: Future] (x2)
Young nigga move that dope (x2)
They move that dope, they move that dope
Young nigga move that dope
Young nigga, young nigga move that dope
Young nigga move that dope
They move that dope, they move that dope
Young nigga move that dope
Dope Lord (Move That Dope Remix) by ASAP Ferg

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When I vocalize the crowd rise like Lazarus Rapid Eye Movement by Pharoahe Monch (Ft. Black Thought) 1

Continuing his biblical similies, whenever Black Thought starts rapping (or vocalizing) at his concerts, the crowd is resurrected and immediately rises up and starts going crazy, just like the biblical Saint, Lazarus, rose up when Jesus resurrected him from the dead.

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Barrk Gamertags/Codes/Usernames by Game Genius

The one with the Soviet Mudkip avatar:

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Barrk0 Gamertags/Codes/Usernames by Game Genius

I canceled it so don’t try friending me.

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They say this is a big, rich town
I just come from the poorest part
Bright lights, city life, I gotta make it
This is where it goes down
I just happen to come up hard
Legal or illegal, baby, I gotta make it
Big Rich Town by 50 Cent (Ft. Joe)

Joe’s career is about making money, which is often obtained illegally when living in the hood. Even though there are 9.6 millionaires in New York City, there are also many people who live in poverty. Although the percentage of millionaires is increasing, the percentage of people living in poverty is also increasing — it seems like the rich are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer.

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[Intro:]
How you feelin'?
Fine!
Feel Alright?
Murder By Numbers by Rapsody

This is sampled from Pusha T’s song, Numbers On The Boards, which is also where this track gets its production and instrumental from.

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