Hollywood Hav' Put 'Em in Their Place by Mobb Deep

(Kinda gay) nickname for Havoc.

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Block party departed, somebody got bodied Put 'Em in Their Place by Mobb Deep

“Block Parties” were common in the hood back in the early 80’s & followed along side the beginning of Hip-Hop. A lot of times however, block parties would end with someone being “bodied”; killed that is. Livin' in the hood ain’t no game!

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We come through the spot real heavy on the waist Put 'Em in Their Place by Mobb Deep

When Prodigy & Havoc roll up, you better believe their armed & ready to kill.

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The rude awakening Illa Noyz by Boot Camp Clik (Ft. Heltah Skeltah & Illa Noyz)

Boot Camp Clik affiliates Smif-N-Wessun’s second album, released under the group name “Cocoa Brovaz”.

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Yo, who is this dufis? Illa Noyz by Boot Camp Clik (Ft. Heltah Skeltah & Illa Noyz)

Who does this random guy walkin' up in here think he is? Fuck around in Brownsville & you’ll get gun clapped in no time.

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August 13th, 2013

*doofus

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Its no longer a hobby Illa Noyz by Boot Camp Clik (Ft. Heltah Skeltah & Illa Noyz)

Rappin' is no longer a hobby for Illa Noyz, it has gone from rhymin' in the streets for fun to makin' paper off it.

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See my mind spray Illa Noyz by Boot Camp Clik (Ft. Heltah Skeltah & Illa Noyz)

S/O to Jeru The Damaja & his song “My Mind Spray” from his ‘94 debut “The Sun Rises In The East”.

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

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Here kiggedy-comes the bumrush Mic Checka by Das EFX

To “Bumrush” somebody is to charge right into them, i.e. assaulting them. When Das EFX raps, they verbally bumrush their opponents.

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If the mortals don't get it and they don't seep in
Resurrect me with my mic, I'll go at it again
Dark Sun Riders by Dark Sun Riders (Ft. Brother J)

Brother J claims that his lyrical excellence makes him more than man, which is why not all will understand what he spits. If you are one of these, don’t hesitate, push replay & listen again. Hip-Hop is in the lyrics.

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July 7th, 2013

It’s actually “If the mortals don’t get it and it don’t see bin, resurrect me with my mind god, go at it again” as if resurrected he can once more attain the knowledge if it doesn’t see the bin.

March 8th, 2013

He also may mean that if they don’t get his lyrics and he dies, he’d be resurrected with his microphone to repeat his mission.

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Say, "Fighting for the justice is all politics" Dark Sun Riders by Dark Sun Riders (Ft. Brother J)

Brother J calls out for the Revolution. The day when the oppressed rises against the oppressors to free themselves of the 400 years of slavery.

J laughs at the statement; fighting for justice is all politics & tells the people to pick up their arms instead of their words.

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