Too bad bitch, you're gonna finally hear me out this time Kim by Eminem

Based on his tone, I’d say that she probably didn’t pay attention to what he was saying in their previous conflicts.

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The rage I release on a page is like a demon unleashed in a cage My Words are Weapons by D12

Em is known for being a rapper who raps mostly about what he’s feeling or thinking about at the time (which makes it kinda difficult to relate to him sometimes) So the page he’s writing his lyrics on is his way to evacuate his demon-like rage.

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My words are like weaponry on a record My Words are Weapons by D12

The lethal weapons that his words are, are what makes his records so successful.

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Well acappella rhymes'll
Make me richer than a slipper made Cinderella, fella
One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

The folktale Cinderella tells of a young woman living in unfortunate circumstances that are suddenly changed to a remarkable fortune. The word “cinderella” has, by analogy, come to mean one whose attributes are unrecognized, or one who unexpectedly achieves recognition or success after a period of obscurity and neglect.

Therefore, Nas says that his acapella rhymes (lines without musical accompaniment) will help him get noticed as a rapper, and that will do for him what the slipper did for Cinderella: help attain wealth and status.

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I hold a Mac-11, and attack a reverend
I contact 11 L's and max in heaven
One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

Nas is showing just how ruthless he can be, saying he’ll assault a reverend with a machine pistol, and then get high enough from 11 L’s (or blunts) to reach heaven. I don’t think that God would allow him in after attacking a reverend, however.

Perhaps Nas' disdain for religion at this time in his life influenced this line. Instead of accepting their idea of heaven, he violently rejects it and finds his own personal heaven through getting high.

This line was originally used on “Nas Will Prevail”, the demo version of “It Ain’t Hard to Tell.” That song contains a variation of this line:

Holdin a pistol at a pastor, pullin the trigger faster
Tell ‘em I was sent by his Master

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And expand a lot from the Wiz to Camelot One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

The Wiz and Camelot Music are two evocatively-named and now-defunct record and electronics stores

Camelot Music -- Century III

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Muslims yelling "Free the mind" One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

A reference to the Nation of Islam — or perhaps the splinter 5% Nation of Islam — and their attempts to reach young blacks with their message

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Ron G's in the cassette deck, rocking the shit, G One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

DJ Ron G is a legendary mixtape DJ who in the early 90’s was making now-classic “blendz” tapes. He claims that he was the true “inventor of the remix” — the first one to “put r&b vocals over hip hop beats”

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I'm on automatic when I'm at it, start static You Don't Know by Eminem (Ft. 50 Cent, Ca$his, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo)

He never reacts (starts static) unless you push him and then he goes automatically at you.

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Goon Sqwad Welcome 2 Detroit by Trick Trick (Ft. Eminem)

Trick Trick’s squad.

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