Malachi made the motherfucker suck on a shuck of corn Bagpipes from Baghdad by Eminem

Malachi is a character in Steven King’s film, “Children of the Corn,” who was in charge of leading children to brutally murder all of the adults in the town

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

Capo Oh Boy by Cam'ron (Ft. Juelz Santana)

Capo is Jim Jones', Cam’s right-hand man’s nickname

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

Hoes on my dick cause I flex stolen whips Look Like Jesus by Lil B

He says"flex stolen whips", as he has previously claimed to have stolen at least one Lexus

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

Maybe you can blue-line Hustla by The Roots (Ft. Sugar Tongue Slim)

“Blue line” refers to a pregnancy test. When you see the lines, the woman is actually pregnant. When, and only when, Sugar finds true love, then he will take the idea of procreating with his love under advisement

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

Should call a Mumbai with the bumbaclot Web 20/20 by The Roots

This is a reference to the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai when Pakistani terrorists attacked several landmarks including the Taj Mahal and Oberoi Trident hotels, the Chhatrapati Shivaji railway station and Cama Hospital.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +

I'll send a rapper back with the crack of his ass shitty
If he's acting soft and he cowers
He better come cleaner then Jeru jackin' off when he showers
313 by Eminem (Ft. Eye-Kyu)

Eminem’s meaning here that if any rapper is showing weakness by the littlest bit “If he' acting soft and he cowers”, Em’s going to literally make them shit their pants with his harsh flow.

So he’d better come clean (be straight-up, don’t cower, admit Eminem is the superior emcee). Hence the wordplay with “Come Clean” — achieving orgasm in the shower is “coming” clean, while Jeru the Damaja released the 1994 hip-hop classic “Come Clean.”

Also worth noting the first appearance of Em’s “laugh ad-lib” after a clever line.

This video is processing – it'll appear automatically when it's done.

Show other contributors +