We about that sitting on that ave
And because we sitting on that ave
We about that pistol in that bag
We about that fist fight, only after we grab a fist full of that cash
We about that get right
Juggernauts by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem)

They’re sitting still and watching others doings (sitting on the avenue) and it’s maybe because of the wackness of those other rappers they watched, that they’re about going against them ; “pistol in that bag” Wrapped danger, as in subliminal/metaphorical disses.

They’re about fighting those rappers, but only after they made enough money for themselves (they did make some party mainstream tracks that usually gets lots of money). They won’t stupidly critisize everyone while staying poor.

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Hey, we ain’t really gotta keep going through this
If anybody wanna rap circles 'round you, my nigga, we 'bout to do it
Juggernauts by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem)

Introduces with an exasperated tone, stating that if anyone would call that rapper on his wack lyrics and circle him (pin him down) they’re the ones to do it. As they do in the next bars.

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So say "bye" to the old, "H-I" to the new Cinderella Man by Eminem

Say bye to his old him, and hi to the new one. (“hi” was obviously decomposed to rhyme with “say bye”)

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Corey
December 6th, 2012

Actually I think he is saying goodbye to the old Hi referencing the old him like the song Hi my name is kind of stating that he has matured perhaps. I mean how would he look like doing those types of songs in this stage of his career!

March 11th, 2014

Homicidal Ideation is referenced as “h-i” or “high” in rehab/recovery facilities. Eminem spent time in one after his overdose. The term means intent or desire to harm or kill someone. The line can be read as “say goodbye to the old homicidal ideations”. Eminem is no longer rapping about killing people like he did on Relapse. This is one of several lines in Recovery about moving on from Relapse.

October 17th, 2013

He’s also saying bye to the old high and and hi to the new. Now that he’s sober he’s replacing that old high with his resurrection in the game.

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Consider it his last hurrah, Cinderella Man by Eminem

Consider it his “coup de grace”, his last appearance, the last time the crowd will “hurrah” to him.

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Big and some Pac and you mix them up in a pot
Mix them up in a pot, mix them up in a pot
Take some Big and some Pac and mix them up in a pot
Mix them up in a pot, what the fuck do you got?
Fifty!
Big and, Big and some Pac and you mix them up in a pot
Mix them up in a pot, mix them up in a pot
It's Big and some pac and you mix em up and you got
Juggernauts of this rap shit, like it or not
What do you got by 50 Cent (Ft. Eminem)

This part was rewritten (and explained) on Eminem’s verse in another 50 & Em' collab'.

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I got a gambling problem What do you got by 50 Cent (Ft. Eminem)

Intro to his betting-based metaphorical verse.

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[Hook] What do you got by 50 Cent (Ft. Eminem)

Sampled Eminem.

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Clip to Tec, respect I demand it Who Shot Ya? by The Notorious B.I.G.

He’s got a clip to his Tec, a clip is a serie of vertically stacked bullets, set to reload faster. You better bow to his respect demand, his argument is hardly refutable.

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I seen the light excite all the freaks Who Shot Ya? by The Notorious B.I.G.

He witnessed all the attenders in the business getting excited about fame and wealth, freakily rushing to the spotlight.

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Niggas know: the lyrical molesting is taking place Who Shot Ya? by The Notorious B.I.G.

Everybody at that time realized that rapping (lyrical molesting) has started to gain huge influence in the music industry.

Lyrical molesting as in “raping with words” (just like here).

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September 20th, 2013

Biggie is raping his competition. Possibly uses “molesting” because he views his opponents as childish.

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