Any motherfucker whispering about mines Who Shot Ya? by The Notorious B.I.G.

Pointing his Glocks at anyone plotting to take his riches (the basis for his song “Warning”)

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And then I stress cause the road is rough
I start feeling like shit's sour
Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

Throughout his road to be a successful rapper, at some point he felt like he wasn’t gonna make it (felt like shit’s sour), but he still sustained a tremendous will of not giving up.

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Man in my house, it's rap or die Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

As in literally growing up, in his house it was ‘rap or die’ because he was either going to escape a life of crime by becoming a successful rapper and leaving poverty or not dedicate his life to music and just continue gangbanging until he was eventually killed or imprisoned.

Might also be implying that in Slaughterhouse, they’re rap-or-die dope.

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Our house Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

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So wipe your feet before you step in Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

Get rid of your shit before stepping to them, don’t bring your dirt to their territory. ‘cause that’s what happens.

This is also a reference back to the South Japan line. A common tradition in Japanese households is to take your shoes off before you enter the house. If you’re going to enter our house you must first take your South Japanese kicks off, but you must also wipe your feet.

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Crooked I
Royce Da 5, Joe Budden, Em, Yaowa
Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

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So welcome, to our house
Where no one, comes back out
You won't find, comfort
In here, in here, in here
Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

Slaughterhouse’s hospitality demonstrated by their reluctance to let you back out once you’re in.

Unless you’re SM, you won’t find comfort in getting slaughtered once you step in their territory.

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Even though you know that there will never come
A day someone blows past you, never was
Someone who's as dope as you ever was
And you hope that's, true cause the competitor in you
Couldn't let somebody be better than you
Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

There won’t ever be day to bring someone better than him, and there never was. The competitor in him wouldn’t accept such thing anyway, so he just hopes his superiority is true. Because that’s all he wants.

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So I, got lyrically complex, that way I could clock checks Our House by Slaughterhouse (Ft. Eminem & Skylar) 1

He polished his lyrical skills to make his material up for better payement (clock checks).
Not sure if this cute way is what works today though.

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Your real nigga talk seems bogus Ill Mind of Hopsin 5 by Hopsin

“real nigga” here goes by the definition he sarcastically states in this verse’s first bars. Claiming that persona’s talk and bragging is all fake (bogus).
States what isn’t fake by his definition in the next lines.

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