You don’t even match up to Bronsolino or his dawgs enough to be able to look him in the eyes.
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Fuck singing the last bar, he’s going the G way by yelling out the last line.
This is a shot at those who sing in their VERSES, which in hip-hop just shouldn’t be allowed (Drake).
Also Royce is yelling at his opponents asking if they’re ready for him to attack lyrically and literally.
Royce is gettin so rich he doesn’t even care anymore. He does stupid ish and still get crazy paid for it.
By the way, that screaming thing must be the most hilarious bar on the album.
A play on the phrase “catch a body”, which is the premise of the song. Nothing says that you’re crazy like playing hot potato with a dead body.
A reference to the movie Weekend at Burnie’s, a movie about two insurance employees who discover that their boss is dead and try to convince everyone he’s alive.
Crooked is so deep in the girl’s pussy it’s like he’s searching for diamonds, trying to dig up dinosaur bones, or digging through the center of the Earth until he reaches China.
Slaughterhouse and Busta just keeps killing (lyrically and literally) so many people just have to keep buying caskets. I wonder if they get a frequent buyer discount.
If you ever try and match Sean’s hustle and skill, that will ever happen is a very embarrassing death. It really is embarrassing to die trying to match someone’s rapping.
Detroit (where Big Sean is from), is full of talented rappers and goons. He’s just one who happened to make it out and get big.
This girl trying to say that she’s a one man woman.
Pshh, she know she wants the D, because that’s where Sean was born and raised in (see what I did there).
She is the girl of Kanye’s dreams, pretty dope pickup line Ye.
There are two ways people handle pressure: you either crack from it or you embrace it.