Hip-Hop style baby, y'all remember The Ripper Strikes Back by LL Cool J

Taking folks back to Memory Lane, when MC used to battle other MC.

LL Cool J prior to this beef with Canibus, previously battled Kool Moe Dee, and Jay Z which few people still believed he had beef with, when Jay Z was named President for Def Jam, instead of LL Cool J, who was the first rap artist signed to the Long Living record label.

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Oh yeah this is a Tunnel banger too
Word up, Tunnel banger baby
The Ripper Strikes Back by LL Cool J

LL Cool J is probably referring to the Night Club in New York City, in the Manhattan borough named “Tunnel”.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunnel_(New_York_nightclub)

It was closed down in 2001, after nonpayment of rent.

The opening classic scene in the 1998 film “Belly” was shot in the Tunnel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxz9CK-ePZc

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Relax, hold on to ya seats The Ripper Strikes Back by LL Cool J

Probably referring to the media, that usually overexerted rap beefs like Vibe Magazine did during the Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G beef.

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A lil hip hop. The Ripper Strikes Back by LL Cool J

MC’s battling another MC’s is a part of the Hip-Hop Culture.

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Aiyyo where's Grand Wizard The Genesis by Nas (Ft. AZ & Jungle) 1

Grand Wizard is Nas & Jungles Cousin.

(Ill Will is on the left, Grand Wizard in the middle, and Nas on the right.)

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Grand Wizard One Time 4 Your Mind by Nas 1

Large Professor produced this track but it’s not, as many think, him on the hook. It’s Nas' boy Grand Wizard (of future Bravehearts fame). Nas confirms this himself in the XXL article “Still Ill"
Read it here

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Roll with The Firm, I Shot Ya (remix) by LL Cool J (Ft. Fat Joe, Foxy Brown, Keith Murray & Prodigy)

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And make your sister think I love her Straight Outta Compton by N.W.A

Eazy did have 7 children with 6 different women.

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Coming from the bottom, my lil' nigga from Philly Maybach Curtains by Meek Mill (Ft. John Legend, Nas & Rick Ross) 2

Meek was just like any other black youth growing up in the hardcore streets of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpy4ClGZfy8 I have no idea why they censored his braids though.

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Allah - Some Five Percent Terms by Nation of Gods and Earths

In traditional Islamic teachings, Allah is of course the supreme creator of all things and what westerners would call, God.

However, the early five-percenters referred to Clarence 13x as Allah. It is important to differentiate here that the Nation of Islam teaches that all of the Asiatic race are Gods but there is only one Allah, or supreme leader, which for many years was the man known as Wallace Fard Muhammad and later referred to Elijah Muhammad.

Clarence would famously say during a Nation of Islam meeting, “What Fard had given to Elijah, Elijah has given to me. I am Allah”.

Arm, Leg, Leg, Arm, and Head was the original break down of the work Allah by Clarence, which was meant to represent man himself.

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