Stealing my swag Palace by A$AP Rocky

Cats are trying to jack A$AP Mob’s swag (i.e. their flow, looks, lyrics, videos, etc.)

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A nigga staying G 'til the end November 18th by Drake

An ironic line, both considering popular opinion regarding Drake (his being on the TV show Degrassi and that his lyrics are “soft” and emotional) but also his change made to the Lil Keke, in which he says “get it poppin' in the parking lot” as opposed to “get the gat out the stash spot.” In opting to say this, Drake is clarifying that he isn’t really a G.

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Cause when I came I was draped up and dripped out Grew Up A Screw Up by Ludacris (Ft. Jeezy)

Draped up and dripped out means his vehicle is coated with some fresh candy paint that’s literally dripping off the frame and the tints on the windows are so dark they resemble drapes.

A reference to the first line of a classic DJ Screw song, Pimp Tha Pen

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Jacker's and hustler's, player's and mack's Pimp Tha Pen by DJ Screw (Ft. Lil Keke)

Everyone’s down with hip hop in Screw-ston.

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[Intro]
Yeah, one time for the homie DJ Screw
November 18th by Drake

DJ Screw, the namesake of the “chopped and screwed” genre, has had substantial influence on Drake’s music. Drake is paying his respects to the late Screw (who died in 2000 of heart complications: not a drug overdose.)

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[Sample: Notorious B.I.G]
It's the ones that smoke blunts with ya, see ya picture
Now they wanna grab the guns and come and get ya
November 18th by Drake

This beat was from a famous freestyle on DJ Screw’s June 27 tape: chopped & screwed version of Kriss Kross' Da Streets Ain’t Right. June 27 was arguably DJ Screw’s most famous tape, namely for the half hour long freestyle over this instrumental. The tape was recorded and named in celebration of his homie D-Moe’s birthday. Anyone who knew DJ Screw would tell you that he was a great friend.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLMU6pPNNsc

R.I.P.

The same lines also appear in “Warning” by Biggie.

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Foreign doors Pimp Tha Pen by DJ Screw (Ft. Lil Keke)

Not your run of the mill car doors, certainly not stock.

Perhaps a pair of butterfly doors? Note the swangers (protruding, spoked rims) on this slab.

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DrapedUp
January 9th, 2014

Foreign doors is referring to foreign makes of cars like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, etc.

In Houston you’re either ridin foreign or in a hoop.

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Smoke tree Pimp Tha Pen by DJ Screw (Ft. Lil Keke)

Marijuana.

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Never ever hatin' Pimp Tha Pen by DJ Screw (Ft. Lil Keke)

DJ Screw’s movement was all love: no hate. S.U.C. were them “barre sipper[s]; that barre, no plex”

Plex = Beef

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Three in the mornin', Pimp Tha Pen by DJ Screw (Ft. Lil Keke)

Name of the tape this track was recorded on (one of DJ Screw’s classic tapes.)

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