Scarface only cries two tears for her, her being an extended metaphor for hip-hop.
Using a relationship as an extended metaphor for hip-hop is reminiscent of the Common classic I Used to Love H.E.R. — Common
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Chandeliers in the ceiling of his car are constant reminders of him and his excellent work ethic.
Every time she see’s a piece of the good life it reminds her of him. Sure she’s got cash, but he’s lookin at a billion
Basically, Curren$y is not poor-let’s just put it right out there. He made sure she spent most of her time with him in only the finest of establishments. His work ethics are exemplary; he’s not busting his backside for pocket change.
Despite what you think rapping isn’t as easy as you think it is. But since Mike G makes it look so effortless, you would think otherwise.
Hodgy telling this dude that he doesn’t get any girls.
The “you should get a hitch” line is a reference to the Will Smith movie Hitch where he plays a person who helps lonely men pick-up women.
The girl is telling him that he took too long and now it’s too late for them to get back.
She’s the main inspiration for this song, the chorus, verses, everything was inspired by her.
Devin’s trying to train his lungs to keep up with his smoking.
There’s no better feeling to him than being so high and drunk that he feels like he’s flying.
When it’s storming outside there’s nothing better than to just chill, smoke and drink.
Sean may have lost his mind, but he’s not gonna lose his money.