Def is was used in the early 80’s to describe something cool. You radio becomes cool when LL is played and he makes you want to dance.
Also, def is a homophone for deaf. Meaning that because you were dancing to LL your radio becomes “happy/cured”.
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People are trying to act as cool as/cooler than LL but he knows they’re not because eventually he is influencing their lives and not the other way around.
This is a reference to Usher’s 2 year lasting relationship with TLC member Chilli from ‘01 to '03
A reference to Eric B & Rakim’s classic “I Ain’t No Joke”
Snoop still hasn’t changed since he dropped his earliest hit “Gin & Juice” (Released ‘94 but recorded in '92 & '93)
You may not the melody of this interlude from Eminem’s “Without Me” in which the lyrics were
Two trailer park girls go round the outside
But the real melody is sampled from Malcolm McLaren’s ‘82 song “Buffalo Gals” in which the lyrics were
Two Buffalo gals go round the outside.
This line is sampled by rapper Snoop Dogg in his ‘02 single “From Tha Chuuuch to da Palace”. Aside from that, this could also be a subtlea reference to a song performed by Ron Isley and his brothers (collectively known as Isley Brothers) called “Between the Sheets”.
This samples a line of Ron Isley’s Body Kiss’s song “Contagious”, which featured R. Kelly & Chanté Moorehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=-qnSz6Lh5pY#t=145s
Even though he was heavily influenced by Sugarhill Gang’s massive hit Rapper’s Delight he didn’t try to brag rap like them or E-40 but rap about a gangster’s life like Ice Cube & Spice 1.
You can either kill the cow and get beef (usually as in meat but Wayne makes a play on beefing/battling) or keep it alive and milk the cow…the line would work better the other way around, though.
Also if you don’t want “beef” or a conflict with him, you’re going to have to “milk” him or get him off. Which probably should require a “nohomo”.