Instead of being destined to expand Westward across the United States, Lauryn was destined to create one of the greatest solo female R&B/hip hop albums of all time.
How her destiny manifested itself:
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This is a metaphor for the dark (terrible) things in his life that he would need to go through to make it to the top.
Only difference is that Doogie was getting head from guys
Guess it’ll get them around the neighborhood faster, but NOT cool.
The milk is his cum. Get it?
This is exactly how you become a Rap Genius editor
The first two verses of the Holy Qur'an. They come from the first Surah: Al-Fatiha
In the name of Allah (God), most gracious and most merciful
All appreciation, gratefulness and thankfulness are to Allah (God) alone, lord of the worlds
This serves as a prayer before eating, waking up in the morning, etc.
Not many Muslims were flattered by this shoutout
Til the Casket Drops is Clipse’s third studio album after the critically acclaimed but not massively commercially successful Lord Willin (2002) and Hell Hath No Fury (2006)
There’s more to image of the black man than rap, money and hoes. It’s a lifestyle often not by choice but circumstance. The reality of the rapper’s/thug’s lifestyle is not as simple as the perception.
“Way deeper than rap, money and hoes, its deeper than that,
Fight the temptation but it keep comin back.”
He’s talkin about the drug game