Fuck you and your feature
The R&B singers on the choruses is why your song was a hit
Angels (Freestyle) by Big KRIT

KRIT knows that most rappers can’t match him lyrically and just because they are more popular than him, it doesn’t mean anything. The real reason anyone cares about them is because they featured a famous pop/R&B singer on their song’s hook to get sales, it had nothing to do with their actual talent or rap skills.

While they are out making soft R&B music, KRIT will continue to make gritty dirty south music, and even after he makes it, he will never sell out.

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In the A I get more Georgia Dome than a Falcons fan Take it Off by The Alumni (Ft. Big KRIT & Big Sant)

Big Sant is such a big time pimp, that even when he is all the way out in Atlanta (or the A), he still gets a ton of head (or dome/blow jobs). In-fact he gets so much head, that it is almost like he is an Atlanta Falcons fan who has to visit the Georgia Dome every time he wants to watch a Falcons game, he is always seeing/getting the Dome.

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That boy singin' on every song when he know he can spit
That boy manifested it, that boy knew it was written
That boy did it on purpose
Draft Day by Drake 1

One of the biggest criticisms levied against Drake is that despite the fact it is evident that he is one of the most talented rappers in the game, he is always trying to make R&B songs that consist of him mostly singing.

Drake acknowledges these criticisms here, but, he doesn’t care about these opinions, he will continue to do his thing and get paid, even if that involves making pop songs instead of rap. Drake knows that what he is doing is innovative and unique, but people won’t realize that until years from now.

The use of “It was written” may be a sly reference to Jay Z’s former antagonist and fellow rap legend, Nas.

Sure enough, just a couple days after “Draft Day” dropped, Drake followed up with “Days In The East”, filled with his familiar crooning, just as promised.

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Draft day, Johnny Manziel
Five years later how am I the man still
Draft Day by Drake 1

When Drake first got big in the rap game about five years ago with his hit EP/Mixtape, So Far Gone, he was in the same position as college football star, Johnny Manziel is in right now, about to be drafted into a label (or in Manziel’s case a team) so he could hit the big time. Now five years later, Drake is still a huge success in the rap game and it looks like he will continue to be a star for years to come, just like Manziel hopes to one day be a legendary NFL Quarterback.

Also, note that Drake has a very strong friendship with Manziel outside of music, going so far as to call them a duo. At one point, Drake even wore a shirt with Manziel’s face on it.

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Rakim, a member of the Nation Of Gods & Earths (formerly the Five Percent Nation of Islam), explored a mindful spirituality of his own New Podcast: Rakim (#65) by Outside the Lines With Rap Genius (Ft. Julia Hannafin, Rakim & SameOldShawn) 8

The 5% Nation had a huge influence on him and his musical persona, for example the whole idea of “Rakim Allah” the “God MC” comes from the 5%er theology of each individual black man being his own “God”. Or even check out his Verified name which is “Rakim777”, in the 5% Supreme alphabet 7 stands for God.

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I'll ask 21 questions and they all about us 21 Questions by 50 Cent (Ft. Nate Dogg)

The reason this song is titled “21 Questions”, is because over the course of the track, 50 articulates exactly 21 questions for this girl (if you include Nate Dogg’s hook and outro as being indirectly said by 50).

He is basically interrogating her to figure out if she would stick with him through the thick and thin, or if their relationship will last. Judging from the music video, it seems like she passed with flying colors.

The idea for the “21 Questions” may have been taken from the relationship game called “21 Questions” where you ask your partner questions about themselves/your relationship, but I’m not sure and 50 may have in-fact influenced that game’s existence instead.

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Let this bitch breathe Success by Jay Z (Ft. Nas)

This is one of a couple collabs between Nas and Jay Z, and in their most famous, Black Republican, they spent a ton of time just letting the instrumental “breathe” as well, and in fact they took so long to go into the track that Jay verbally acknowledged it:

Uh, we got to take our time and make a nigga wait on this motherfucker
(hahaha!) Make niggas mad and shit like
Niggas usually just start rappin' after 4-bars, nigga go in
Start dancin' in this motherfucker

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[Outro] Player's Ball (Freestyle) by Big KRIT

Since this song is named after Outkast’s legendary song, “Player’s Ball”, it was fitting that KRIT modified the hook to the original as his outro. Here is the original version of these lines from the Outkast track:

All the players came from far and wide
Wearing afros and braids, kicking them gangsta rides
Now I’m here to tell you there’s a better day
When the player’s ball is happening, all day ery'day

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Don't be pointin' out the haters I don't even see 'em Go Off by Big KRIT

There is no point in telling KRIT who his haters are because he just doesn’t care, he is so far above them in both the rap game and life, that they are completely irrelevant to him. In-fact they are probably only hating because they are jealous of his success.

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[Intro:]
I like this beat
I mean it's just a loop and all
But, fuck it I'mma spit anyway
Buck, I'm just gonna spazz on these niggas real quick
Big Brother (Freestyle) by Big KRIT

The beat he is referring to here is sampled from Kanye West’s classic song, Big Brother off his “Graduation” album. Even though the beat is just looping in the background, KRIT is going to spit over it anyways to see if he can top Kanye.

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