A lot of bitches think he's overly chauvinistic Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

‘Bitches’ is a pretty chauvinistic thing to call bitches, uh, I mean women

It’s also the name for female dogs, which ties in to the last line

The first part of the line is subverted by the second part just like the last line. Doom doesn’t use ‘bitch’ a lot, so he’s using it here to make a point — like, use of the word is overly chauvinistic.

He’s being purposefully ironic by using a chauvenistic reference for females, who think that he is overly chauvenistic. Great line!

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Overthrow like throwing rover a biscuit Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

A continuation of the takeover metaphor, this time comparing a coup d'etat on the game with tossing a treat to a dog

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Set the stage with a goal
To have the game locked in a cage getting shocked with a pole
Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

The game refers to the ‘rap game’ and his goal is to take it over, cage it, and control it by force like a zoo animal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWB9UsQmTRA

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Got more soul than a sock with a hole Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

Soul has a double meaning here: soul like James Brown or the sole of a shoe, where a person’s foot would touch if their sock had a hole in it.

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August 2nd, 2013

If you were to make a portmanteau of the words : sock and hole, it would be “Sole”. wordplay.

January 12th, 2014

Old socks smell funky, and funk soulful

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Madvillain dashing in a beat rhyme crime spree Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

Madvillain is comprised of MF Doom as lyricist and Madlib as producer/beatmaker. The name is a mashup of Madlib and the Villain/Supervillain, an alter ego of Doom’s

The character they have created, the Madvillain, is painted as a mastermind criminal throughout the album

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Simply smashing in a fashion that's timely Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

It doesn’t take him long to get dressed for a dinner party, and his style is current

It could also refer to his rap skills — he’s “smashing” (rapping well) in a “timely” (in sync with the beat) way

Also, “simply smashing” could refer back to all the references to his British birth in the previous line.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7iKrTNX6OE

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March 3rd, 2014

also could mean being able to bed a woman with little to no effort or time put in.

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Blimey Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

A British expression that ties in with ‘limey’

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June 9th, 2013

Blimey is an exclamation that stems from the phrase “God blind me”.

June 6th, 2013

In Britain ‘Blimey’ is a expression that means excitement, it’s like saying ‘bloody hell!’

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Slimy, Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

Slick on the surface, or a sneaky personality trait

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Limey, Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

Slang for a British person — Doom was born in Britain

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Grimey, Rhinestone Cowboy by Madvillain

Dirty, also a slang term for dark hip-hop

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