Fuck sluts with the big humongous butts What You Want by The Notorious B.I.G. (Ft. Jay Z)

Big asses are a commonly enjoyed aspect of women in hip-hop culture.

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All my fans protest at my most recent arrest Recently by Gucci Mane (Ft. 50 Cent)

Gucci’s fans protested after his recent arrest via twitter. Gucci was arrested January 3, 2011, along with fellow rapper Waka Flocka Flame

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I make love to the money Recently by Gucci Mane (Ft. 50 Cent)

Gucci should probably realize how dirty money gets before making love to it.

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On nothing but the TV
So your mind ain't yours
You're getting lied to and you don't even know it
The youth's so blind but they eyes wide open
Don't Feel So Good by B.o.B

The youth of today think that they know everything (eyes wide shut), but they get lied to constantly.

By saying “Your mind ain’t yours,” B.o.B is making a reference to the fact that popular standards in american culture govern what people think. By practicing Eastern Philosophy, B.o.B makes his mind his own.

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I guess this is the most dramatic I’ve been in a while Things Get Worse by Eminem (Ft. B.o.B)

Eminem hasn’t been as grotesque and angry as he used to be on his earlier albums (specifically the Marshall Mathers LP, which em mentions in he next line). This song has some sick (both from a literal and a slang standpoint) lines in it, such as the tricycle up Michael Jackson’s butt line.

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Got a shit load of hundreds
Got a bag full of loud
Got a hand full of 20’s
I threw that shit in the crowd
Recently by Gucci Mane (Ft. 50 Cent)

If that’s the kind of shit Gucci is throwing to his fans, then I’m going to a Gucci show RIGHT NOW.

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Well if you were my mirror
Then you would see a very sad look on my face
Don't Feel So Good by B.o.B

There are a couple of possible meanings to this line.

First of all, this could be an allusion to disappointing a girl. In the music industry, the persona of “You” is commonly used to show an important person in an artist’s life without revealing any real details about the person. B.o.B. says if “You” were his mirror (in this case meaning a woman), then she would see a sad look on his face, also implying that this girl is sad as well.

The second possibility corresponds to the next line, “The life of Bobby Ray.” Here, B.o.B. could be saying that despite his musical persona, B.o.B.’s seemingly upbeat and happy personality, beneath the fame, Bobby Ray (his real persona) is still unhappy.

Also, B.o.B. doesn’t smile very much in pictures.

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Well excuse my expression
But I don't give a fuck today
So there's not much to say
Well I went to my bed
But crazy thoughts kept running through my head
I need some Sudafed
Don't Feel So Good by B.o.B

Sudafed is a cough medicine that relieves nasal congestion and cold symtoms. It is also used recreationally, and has effects similar to speed.

Here B.o.B. is saying that he needs some Sudafed to clear his head. If he was trying to go to bed, however, Sudafed is not going to help.

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Got the Mazi’ out, look like Nicki here Homicide (Remix) by Wiz Khalifa (Ft. Chevy Woods & Jeezy)

His Maserati is as hot as Nicki Minaj. That would be one sexy automobile.

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I'm Bedrock bumpin', three strikes sumpin No Future by B.o.B

This line is a reference to Drake. The first part references the hit Young Money song Bedrock, in which Drake had a verse. The song is all about sexual encounters (such as the innuendo of “Mr. Flinstone,” and making women’s “Bed(s) rock”), as is Drakes special sex move.

That’s where the second part comes in. On Saturday January 8th 2011, Drake unveiled his signature finishing move to the ladies of London during his concert at the Hammersmith Apollo. The move is called the “Drizzy 3 Stroke”, and is basically three varied pelvic thrusts performed at the end of Drake’s many sexual encounters. Drake stated in an interview that he wanted to create a finisher move for sex, and compared the Drizzy 3 Stroke to finisher moves in Mortal Kombat. In the second part of this lyric, B.o.B. plays on the Drizzy 3 Stroke saying “Three strikes sumpin'.”

Somehow I think that rather than a sexual finisher, B.o.B has something more Mortal Kombat style in store for Odd Future.

This is also a possible diss of Earl Sweatshirt’s similar line from the song “Epar.”

“Smoke with all the big bitches bumping ‘Bedrock’”

This is also a reference to this line from Tyler the Creator’s “Yonkers”.

“Bedrock, harder than a mother fucking Flintstone”

This can also be heard as “three stripes somethin',” which is an allusion the the Adidas logo, which B.o.B endorses.

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