RBL stands for Ruthless By Law.
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Usually, alcohol is sold in 40 ounce bottles, and refered to as ‘40’s’. These are great companions with weed, as a 40 and weed is just enough to get a small group of people buzzed and high.
Dank bud coast more then average grade weed, so its best not to waste it!
He paints his son as being some sort of spoiled, unable to accept not getting something.
A baby is heard crying on the record after this line. His son doesn’t take “no for an answer” because he is a baby, who must always be fed on demand. (There is also reference to him being a “high school dad” at the start of the record)
To say its due to the child being spoiled is wrong i feel, all young children need food and nappy’s etc so its simply necessity’s that he must provide for the child
tonys3137 got it right.
Compared to other drivers, OC is quite adept. He is able to do whatever he wants on a track where others are much more likely to wreck their vehicles.
This line signifies that OC has his car completely customized, even with a strong stereo that is obviously loud; even at the egregious speeds alluded to in the song.
The car chase with OC is becoming so prolific that he is now not only being chased by cars, but by high-profile police helicopters, which are much more capable of safe pursuit.
Chicken is a game in which two cars or people run head-on at eachother and see who is more scared, and thus will get out of the way first.
OC states that he will not be the one to get scared and turn away, and that if the other person is unintimidated, there will inevitably be a crash.
The dude was confident that he’d land a good deal, and therefore wasn’t thinking about the consequences.
A way of saying that dudes that got something, but not everything and aren’t really the shit as they think they are. .