Girls is plottin', what more could they steal? Danny Glover (Remix) by Young Thug (Ft. Nicki Minaj)

They’ve already stolen her fashion style and her rapping style. What more do they want?

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Told him to hop in my foreign and then I said "No, I'm just kiddin'!" Danny Glover (Remix) by Young Thug (Ft. Nicki Minaj)

Again, she ain’t making a husband out of this nigga, no matter how smitten he is. He ain’t getting anywhere near that Aventador.

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To raise a child, it might take a village Danny Glover (Remix) by Young Thug (Ft. Nicki Minaj)

Nicki is quoting the axiom “It takes a village to raise a child,” meaning that children are influenced by their communities as well as their families, and are molded into who they are by multiple sources.

Except for Nicki. She’s saying she came up on her own, independently, doing it her way. Other rappers might have needed a lot of help (like a village’s worth), but she didn’t.

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I was fucking parts of your pussy I'd never fucked before! Blame Game by Kanye West (Ft. John Legend)

The “neighborhood nigga” is so amazed by the sex that they just had, and tells her that the sex they just had was a lot different then the last time.

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Uncrossed my fingers and said look at me when I’m talking dear Diamonds and Pearls by Sage Francis

She must think her tits are saving Jesus.

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And the other choking out the street corner prophet Diamonds and Pearls by Sage Francis

Alanis frames “Hand in My Pocket” around changing couplets that begin, “I got one hand in my pocket, and the other one is giving a high five/flicking a cigarette/giving the peace sign/playing the piano/hailing a taxicab.”

Sage uses this schematic to make his own, more violent rendition, saying he’s going to take down any manic street preacher hassling him about Jeebus.

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Hard time rumbling, you wonder how we sleep
I’ll tell you: the answer is seldom and lightly
Breaking 2Bad by Sage Francis (Ft. B. Dolan)

When you’re on the run, you don’t sleep well. This correlates directly between Walter & Jesse and Sage & B. Dolan.

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Record by the head, ball pen right beside me Breaking 2Bad by Sage Francis (Ft. B. Dolan)

B. Dolan sleeps with his most cherished possessions, the beat and the pen, ready at a moment’s notice if inspiration strikes.

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I’m not wasting time pushing my CDs to stores
I’m too busy just convincing people not to buy yours
I cock block, I black ball, no pause, no stalls
Brother B. Dolan got a story for y’all:
Breaking 2Bad by Sage Francis (Ft. B. Dolan)

As record stores go bankrupt and people stop buying physical CDs, Sage uses some guerrilla tactics to gain his listeners' attention. Sage uses any strategy necessary to sell his stuff, much like Walter White, especially as he becomes increasingly unscrupulous.

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Walter: You know the business. (“Strange Famous!”) And I know the chemistry Breaking 2Bad by Sage Francis (Ft. B. Dolan)

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