I'mma stretch it like Armstrong
A million miles long
Title Track by Curren$y

While others burn off their chance of success in the figurative “15 minutes,” Curren$y “stretches” his for years, building a lifetime career off of one chance. The popular toy Stretch Armstrong’s body could do the same, turning a normal arm into one a mile long.

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Few Rosays, now you drunk saying
Boy why you in my face and you only want one thing?
You wasting your time fucking lames
All Over The World by Wiz Khalifa (Ft. Curren$y)

The “lames,” low-level pretend ballers and fake gangsters, only look for one thing on a date and pursue it furiously. Anything from buying a meal to score a bedroom trip to literally asking for sex is fair game. Curren$y, Wiz, and the Jet Life crew are different, taking women out and treating them just because. The sex comes naturally, and only after they show everyone an actual good time.

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And it's a shame when I get the low-fade Jay-Z Interview by Hit-Boy

When Hit-Boy goes from the uncut, grown out hairstyle to a “low fade,” he brings sexy back. If his entire lifestyle didn’t make every woman jealous, the haircut sent it all overboard.

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Ride with my own team of niggas who would mob, unconditional Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

Another term for “ride or die” — Hit’s posse is willing to hit the road on tour with him or go out on an assassination. Their dedication to Hit’s dreams (and money) makes them willing and able to pull the trigger on command should Hit need it.

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Went everywhere with the team, the average meal was a steak Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

Living the baller life on tour isn’t bad. For most, a roadtrip means an “average” meal of a McDonald’s order or a sandwich. When Hit travels, his entire team not only dines, but cops at the worst a nice steak. You can only imagine what the high end is. That’s a true baller, on a 24/7 grind.

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Always been the humble type, but I can't take light
To niggas double my age givin' brash advice
When they ain't done half that I have
Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

Someone like Kanye West giving Hit advice is fine — he actually drops wisdom on Hit in the video. But someone washed up, off their game, and nearing retirement is a no-go. What can a person who has nothing and never even struck it big offer career advice to a kid already leagues ahead?

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Tryna bring some women through that the crew would love
Shit they really ain't new but they new to us
Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

Hit-Boy is not the first to make it as a rapper, and is not even the first in his G.O.O.D. Music-esque group to make it. The women he finds are the former groupies for Jay, Kanye, and everyone else in the game. Even still, Hit’s never seen them before and still brings them around for the thrill. The idea of “new” never even matters if what you want has no expiration.

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Do the math, I keep killin' these four times fours Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

A “standard” rap verse is 16 lines long. 4 times 4 sixteen — Hit-Boy could have just said 16, but “4 times 4s” just sounds better!

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It's that Fire Marshall Bill flow, lemme show you somethin' Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

A reference to rap’s second favorite (behind Martin) TV show, In Living Color!

Fire Marshall Bill was a character played by Jim Carrey, who dropped the phrase “lemme show you something” in hilarious Jim Carrey fashion. The play continues on the next line.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdR2T6YKAUc

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Now we type the codes to the places that shun niggas Jay-Z Interview Pt. II by Hit-Boy

Private communities and clubs aren’t known for their tolerance. Originally a fixture of the “Old South” elite, golf clubs and neighborhoods are sometimes racism hotbeds, literally “shunning” blacks for participating.

Hit-Boy, though, is part of a new black elite, that for the first time is on par with whites in America. He, along with people like Jay-Z and Kanye West, can finally afford to type in the door codes to the places that, up until today, refused access to all but wealthy white men.

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