Out in Queen's Park with a crew of dirty stopouts They Die By Dawn by The Bullitts (Ft. Jay Electronica, Lucy Liu & Yasiin Bey)

Queen’s Park is a neigbourhood in northwest London. Jay has been spending a lot of time in London, lately.

“Stopouts”, according to Urban Dictionary, are women who like to party and club.

dirty stopouts are girls who are one night stands and stay over at guys house’s after a nights out to fuck

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Travelin' the distance, stayin' off the white line
Alphabet boys out prayin' what they might find
Road Runner by Pusha T (Ft. Troy Ave)

By “white line”, Pusha literally means that they stay on the highway when they’re transporting cocaine.

He might also mean that he and his dopeboys don’t get high off their own supply of cocaine.

According to Urban Dictionary, alphabet boys are agents from three-letter acronymed agencies: the FBI, CIA, DHS (Homeland Security), etc. Part of their duty is to go after drug traffickers.

As Biggie (who Pusha is known to praise) said:

Never get high on your own supply

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It's only four letters, I ain't worried 'bout a sentence (k-i-l-o) Road Runner by Pusha T (Ft. Troy Ave)

Since Pusha spells out “kilo” in the background of this line, those are probably the four letters he refers to. He doesn’t give a damn about jail. There’s money to be made.

Pusha’s also playing on “letters” and “sentence”, as in “jail sentence”.

Pusha might also be indicating that he has some dirty cops on the payroll that get his coke through. Which is why he doesn’t worry about getting a jail sentence.

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March 7th, 2013

also LIFE (4 letters) is a jail time so hes not worried about a sentence when it only takes 4 letters to put him down

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Lost 100 large on the last time we sent it Road Runner by Pusha T (Ft. Troy Ave)

Pusha lost $100,000 the last time he sent a cocaine shipment.

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January 30th, 2013

Could be referring to the incident where Pusha T and The Clipse’s ex-manager Tony Gonzales was sentenced to 32 years in prison for running a huge cocaine and marijuana distribution ring the the Norfolk/Hampton Roads VA area.
Push is saying the payment for the last shipment they sent out was never received because the whole operation fell apart around them.

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That's the energy I'm missin'
A thousand drug dealers with the cruelest intentions
Intro by Pusha T

Pusha feels that the current rap game is woefully empty of drug rappers. He previously expressed this sentiment of fellow Wrath on Caine track, “Millions”

I restore the feelin' of when niggas made a killin'
Hidin' choppers in the closet, half a million in the ceiling

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I'm still fishin'
The plug's playground where them hoes play around
Galleria, Mr. Trick Bag when I'm in town
Intro by Pusha T

Pusha still gets his women from his drug connect’s (plug’s) stable.

With “fishin'”, he’s probably playing on fishscale cocaine, one of the purest, most potent forms of cocaine.

Houston, Texas has an up-scaled mall named The Galleria where he buys his women purses.

By declaring himself “Mr. Trick Bag”, Pusha T is probably referring to his constant gifts to his women (like purses) and he’s that also got a bag of tricks where “tricks” means women.

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February 1st, 2013

He mentions the all star game taking in houstoun, the very organization that the lakers traded Dereck Fisher to. However, Fisher never showed up

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Tryna pitch, gotta run the base Nine Spray by Roc Marciano (Ft. Ka)

Roc Marci uses some baseball terms (“pitch” and “base”) for a bit wordplay.

He “pitches” (sells) cocaine (“base”). Bases are run in baseball to score points like cocaine is sold to make money.

This line is reminiscent of these infamous Jay-Z lines:

I father, I Brooklyn Dodger them
I jack, I rob, I sin;
Aw, man, I’m Jackie Robinson
‘Cept when I run base, I dodge the pen

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You flashin' in the Range?
You waitin' for accident to happen on purpose
Simply Amazin' by Blu

The 2006 Range Rover had some recalls, so those might fuel the accidents that Blu is referring to here.

The Range Rover, being a luxury vehicle, is a status symbol, but what good is stylin' on people when your car is a lemon?

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March 3rd, 2014

Car rich, cash poor

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Top peeled back
A raisin in the sun; a nigga still black
Concrete Jungle by Troy Ave (Ft. Pusha T)

Pusha with the top down resembles a raisin in the sun; they’re both dark-skinned.

“A raisin in the sun” is a line from Langston Hughes’s poem, “Harlem”, and the title of a play by Lorraine Hansberry.

“Harlem” ponders the outcome of a deferred dream. With “a nigga still black”, Pusha might be responding to it’s line of questioning, meaning that despite his success he is still stigmatized for his race.

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The best to ever do it; I'm just one from it (Big!) Concrete Jungle by Troy Ave (Ft. Pusha T)

Pusha is the second best rapper ever, after Biggie, of course.

Pusha previously alluded to this on “We Got It For Cheap (Intro)”

I’m the best since he died, and he [not Biggie] lied.

Pusha is the King of the Coke Flow, but Biggie is the King of Hip-hop.

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