Live from London, number crunchin' Randy The Musical by Action Bronson

This line has two meanings:

  • Bronson performs in London and leaves the show with so much money that he has to solve complex calculations just to find how much money he actually earned.

  • Not only is Bronson overseas all the time, but he is also talking about the advantage that the London Stock Exchange — tying in with “number crunchin'” — has compared to other major stock exchanges; When the LSE opens the Tokyo Stock Exchange is near closing, and when the LSE is wrapping up, the New York Stock Exchange is opening.

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Encrusted in some ice that look bluish in the light Randy The Musical by Action Bronson

Bronson is draped in expensive jewels, and they are glowing blue in the light

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Stuff penis down the neck like it's lozenges Dreamer by Action Bronson

Lozenges, (more commonly known today as cough drops) are small, medicated tablets that are dissolved in the mouth and are used to temporarily stop coughs and soothe sore throats.

Your girlfriend, whom Bronson mentioned in the previous line, is giving him a blowjob. His dick is in her throat in the same way a lozenge would be.

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Oh God, Boi, Burn by Meek Mill (Ft. Big Sean) 3

Two of many of Big Sean’s ad-libs.

Others include:
“I do it"
"Swerve"
"Lil bitch!"
"B-I-G"
"Woah…"
"Okay…"
"Go”

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The four-four is chrome with the long nose
Call it Ginobili,
The Man by Roc Marciano

His .44 magnum has a long barrel, or “nose.”

Basketball player Manu Ginóbili is known for his large nose, which looks similar to the nose of his revolver.

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[Hook]
My mind spray, my nine spray
My mind spray, my nine spray
My nine spray
My mind spray, my nine spray
Nine Spray by Roc Marciano (Ft. Ka)

A direct bite of a line from Jeru the Damaja’s track, Come Clean, off of his classic album, The Sun Rises in the East

Your nine spray, my mind spray

Also a reference to Jeru’s My Mind Spray

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Pop iron
Trying to make a hole for you like linemen
Not Told by Roc Marciano (Ft. Ka & Knowledge The Pirate)

In American Football, offensive linemen block defenders to make room for their running backs to run through. The room they make is often referred to as “holes.”

Roc is also using “hole” in a literal sense as in making a bullet hole in someone after shooting them

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I like my girls with African bodies and Asian face Demolition Man by Action Bronson (Ft. ScHoolboy Q)

Action Bronson prefers his girls with the body of a black woman and an Asian face.

Black women stereotypically have the curviest bodies, mostly known for big booties.

Sounds like he would like Schoolboy Q and TDE affiliate Jhene Aiko.

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Since a youngin' grabbed the pistol, skipped the chores Demolition Man by Action Bronson (Ft. ScHoolboy Q)

Q was a gangster since he was a little boy. Instead of taking out the trash or washing the dishes, he would’ve much rather played with guns.

Young ScHoolboy Q getting his thug on

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Chill dogs, don't wanna have to Michael Vick you Mike Vick by Action Bronson

Michael Vick is a quarterback who plays for the New York Jets. On July 17, 2007, he was indicted for a dog-fighting operation that took place on property he owned in Virginia. He was found to be gambling on the fights, financing them, and even directly participating in the operation. He admitted to killing 6-8 dogs, from hanging or drowning them.

Bronson is using clever wordplay here by using the word “dogs” (literal dogs, or slang for other men). He doesn’t want to have to kill these people in the way Mike Vick did to those dogs involved in his fighting rings.

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