The stained glass is bulletproof No Church in the Wild by Joe Budden

Budden explains that he doesn’t worry about throwing bullet proof glass on his cars, because he’s protected by the grace of God. When he’s in church, nothing can harm him because the Lord is watching over him.

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Said there’s no human that walks without sin
So we should probably call the gates make sure we allowed in
No Church in the Wild by Joe Budden

Saying that everyone sins and makes mistakes; however, there isn’t exactly a fine line between whether one will make it to Heaven or Hell. Budden’s admitting that he’s not exactly a saint, so it’d be in his (and most people’s) best interest to call the gates (pray for forgiveness) and make sure we’ll get in. Solid wrap up for a No Church in the Wild freestyle.

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Just bought a car, the nigga Pimp owned it
I threw some tints on it, he woulda loved it how
Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

Drake just bought the same car the late Pimp C, the other half of the UGK duo, owned in his lifetime. Dark tints (so dark that they essentially serve as drapes) are popular in Houston, and chances are the car has a fresh coat of candy paint dripping off the frame: draped up and dripped out.

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The Dirty South's finest, and Dirty South's behind us Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

UGK are arguably one of the best rap duo’s to come out of the South. Bun isn’t wrong in saying this, because he has the support of Houston and the rest of the south.

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I hit her with that heave and ho and then I'm leavin' bro Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

Heave and ho = to get rid of someone

Bun’s on to the next one.

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I like your girl and I think she like me even more Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

Being an O.G., Bun doesn’t sweat the bitches, so naturally, a dude’s girl is gonna like him more than he likes her because he doesn’t need her!

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A million dollars stacked, it sounds like a new beginning
We on the top now, go back and tell the hood we winning
And while you're there, let 'em know I did it just for them
Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

Bun didn’t do it for the fame or the money, he’s rapping because he loves it, and he’s doing it for his hood in Houston. #wewinning

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Run it like a fitness test Put It Down by Bun B (Ft. Drake)

Fitness tests are usually characterized by some sort of running. Bun B “runs it” when it comes to making money and being trill: in other words, he epitomizes it.

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Nigga, that's the motto The Motto Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Wale)

YOLO, initially Drake, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross', is now Meek’s personal motto.

https://www.twitter.com/drake/status/131969860388397057

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[Verse 1: Meek Mill] The Motto Freestyle by Meek Mill (Ft. Wale)

Meek Mill’s freestyle on Power 106 w/ the LA Leakers. The original song premiered on Power 106 in LA on October 23rd, 2011.

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