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Hij voelt de spirits van een paar dode artiesten die door veel mensen worden gezien als de beste artiest van hun genre:
– Bob Marley — Reggae
– Marvin Gay — R&B
– Miles Davis — Jazz
– Jimi Hendrix — Rock
Ik denk dat we tegenwoordig de legendarische Funk artiest James Brown ook wel aan deze lijst kunnen toevoegen…
Een speling op de bekende regel “Even Apeldoorn bellen”, van Achmea
He doesn’t want alcohol, but ice, which is slang for jewellery (money)
Some nice homophones right here, a references to the movie Superbad, in which a key character, Fogell, used a fake ID to buy alcohol, which said his name was McLovin
This line refers to Quik repeatedly being overlooked for Grammy nominations. He has spoke on it many times.
Some wordplay on bullet and triple beam dreams. I divided three/triple by three, leaving one, one bar/bullet I have to use to revolutionize the world.
An example of revolutionizing stuff in the world has to be Nas' Ether, a response to Jay-Z, this changed the way we diss nowadays.
Another one would be how Jay-Z used some lines from Nas' NY State of Mind for his Dead Presidents, which also gave us Jay’s second part of the song, Drake’s Successful, and many freestyles over those.
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The Kanye album
Every benjamin, “haunting” like how every bill has been mine, and I spent it, but my spirit is still “haunting” every one of ‘em