Money Mike, I get money on the mic Joke's On You by Fabolous (Ft. Pusha T)

Money Mike is the name of the character Katt Williams (mentioned in the last line) plays in the movie Friday After Next.

Fab plays on the name “Money Mike” to say that he gets money on the mic, meaning that he gets money from rapping.

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Deluxe rap cavaliers Iron Maiden by Ghostface Killah (Ft. Cappadonna & Raekwon)

A “cavalier” is a mounted soldier or a knight. (Not a dog, car, or basketball team)

Not the most badass-looking soldier in the world, but hey, to each his own.


This wouldn’t be the only time a member of the Wu-Tang referred to their group as being made up of soldiers:

Soldiers in the front, let your feet pump

We soldiers, boy, we soldiers

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FF, GOOD, you know I'm reppin' crew on crews First Chain by Big Sean (Ft. Kid Cudi & Nas)

Sean reps Finally Famous, one of his catch phrases that he went as far as naming a set of mixtapes and even his debut album after.

He also reps GOOD Music, Kanye West’s very popular label that boasts a roster including Pusha T and Sean himself.

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Tell me what's your name, tell me, tell what's your sign
Tell me what you into, tell me, tell what you like
Know You Better by Omarion (Ft. Fabolous & Pusha T)

The first line is a reference to Biggie’s classic Big Poppa.

Who they attracting with that line, “What’s your name, what’s your sign”

He has used this line before in the outro to his song Arch It Up.


Omarion is asking this girl about herself and her interests in order to, as the song’s title states, know her better.

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[BR] Yo Mos Def!
[MD] Alright okay
[BR] How you feel?
[MD] Feelin great
[BR] Whatcha want?
[MD] I wan' do it to death, whassup wit you?
Do it Now by Yasiin Bey (Ft. Busta Rhymes)

Mos and Busta are hyping each other up before they start spitting again.

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Get high if you down, if not then bounce like hydraulics Tug-At-War by CJ Fly

Smoke to CJ’s music if you’re feeling it, but if not, leave it alone, or “bounce.”

Lowrider cars often have strong hydraulic suspension systems, which cause them to bounce.

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Hear me out I'm at my house
So I might just hit you now cause it's allowed
Tug-At-War by CJ Fly

A play on the the saying famously used by fathers, “My house, my rules!”

CJ can do anything he wants, including hitting you, since he’s in his own house.

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Color of Jell-O shit Heaven by Jay Z

In case you were wondering, this would be the color of Jay’s car.

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Shoutin power to the people Do it Now by Yasiin Bey (Ft. Busta Rhymes)

Reference to a Public Enemy song of the same name

It is also the name of a John Lennon song

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Magnetic, the flows are athletic Casa Bey by Yasiin Bey

Similar to a Busta Rhymes line on Do it Now, a song on which he and Mos collaborated

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