Baby what’s the deal, have you ever heard of some shit so real?
(Cudi what up?)
All I Do by Logic

Logic borrows a line from Kid Cudi’s The Prayer. Cudi uses it to discuss the depth of his music, while Logic uses it to affirm he’s the real deal.

Have you ever heard of some shit so real

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Rick James that, bad bitches on the couch Slight Work by Wale (Ft. Big Sean)

It’s fair enough to say that Rick James was being a bitch when he soiled Charlie and Eddie Murphy’s couch with his dirty boots.

“Fuck yo' couch, nigga!”

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Shawty was Pinkberry sweet and I ain't lactose Slight Work by Wale (Ft. Big Sean)

Pinkberry is a popular frozen yogurt chain and this girl is sweeter than their yogurt

The only thing girlier than Pinkberry though, is this line.
C'mon Wale..

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February 7th, 2012

Its more to it then that.
Any guy whos had pussy would know its pink, and hes saying her pussy is sweet.

Someone whos lactose is intolerable to dairy products (which this yogurt probably is)

hes saying he can eat her out anytime he wants because he isnt lactose intolerant

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It's Kanye, but some of my plaques, they still say Kayne Diamonds from Sierra Leone by Kanye West

Kanye was winning plaques for production well before he was a household name for rapping — peep “Izzo (H.O.V.A.).” He is saying how he was dominant before everyone knew his name, and was receiving awards that spelled his name as “Kayne” or maybe “Kane”

In fact, President George W. Bush once referred to him as “Kanway West” (before correcting himself)

And yes, this is the correct line. Before you comment anything you think we haven’t heard, he does not say plastics.

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My father been said I need Jesus
So he took me to church and let the water wash over my caesar
Diamonds from Sierra Leone by Kanye West

Kanye’s dad, Ray West, has been a Christian counselor. He had Kanye baptized, which is a Christian ceremony where a clergyman washes the subject’s head with water.

A caesar is a type of haircut.

Also, Kanye definitely needed Jesus, maybe more specifically “Jesus Walks” a song that made people recognize him as a talent early on in his career.

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You know the next question dog: "Yo, where Dame at?" Diamonds from Sierra Leone by Kanye West

Damon Dash, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records

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This track the Indian dance to bring our reign back Diamonds from Sierra Leone by Kanye West

A few interpretations of this line:

  • Kanye brags that this track will revive the reign that Roc-a-fella Records has in the game.
  • Indian dances were used to please the gods and during times of draught, to bring rain.
  • This track will bring in so much money, Kanye and his boys can “make it rain.”

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Am I a square cause I don't puff a square?
Are my raps too blunt to hit the blunt? Yeah
H.O.C. by Kendrick Lamar

Great wordplay by KL here — He asks his listeners if he isn’t cool because he doesn’t smoke?

Then he asks the audience if his raps are too serious and real to listen to while smoking, as most people prefer to more relaxed, soft-edges records while blazing. .

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February 2nd, 2014

He uses wordplay with the word ‘blunt’ asking if his raps are too high to even attempt blazing blunts. The question being rhetorical

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Wit J-Money Zan With That Lean by Soulja Boy (Ft. J-Money)

One of Soulja’s close pals, who also performs the hook in this song.

But damn — J-Money? That’s a generic name.

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Chris W.
January 1st, 2012

J.money is not doing the hook . Kwony cash is doing the hook, as well as producing this beat .

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Then we all get laced I Got A Story to Tell by The Notorious B.I.G.

If Biggie fucks with this girl, who is adept at major theft, then he and all of his friends will be “laced” with the finer things like TVs, clothes by Versace, and whatever else this girl can steal and give to him.

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