You better be prepared when you listen to XV. He’s doing things his way and his music can straight blow your mind.
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Taking it to the head is another way to reference drinking, if you took two to the head you’d probably be pretty tipsy and walking a little low.
Also if you were talking about literal shots from a gun, two of those to the head would most likely leave you dead.
Even though Freddy has a lot of his own fans now, he’s still a fan at heart and doesn’t feel like he’s really any different.
XV gets to fuck models. Give the dude some props, he still finds a way to incorporate sports though, as a roster is what members of a team are called.
2013 roster, not the same players as the time of this song, but you get the idea.
When a person dies, the cops come in their cars with blue and red lights.
Kansas really shined this year, making it all the way to the NCAA finals in men’s basketball, thus leading XV to make this song.
XV does like weed a lot.
L7 is one of XV’s crew’s sayings. It means Love Life Loyalty and Living Long Like Legends, and this is the first track we hear from Freddy on.
Referring to the dead man in the above line, “Chalked y'all out” is referring to the line of chalk around dead bodies in crime scenes.
But this is also yet another nod to the Rock Chalk, Jayhawk chant.
Another Reference to Kansas University and their team colors. The song was released the day before KU played UK in the NCAA finals.