Since Big ain't here, I'm about to do it for T'yanna Good Girls Go Bad by Game (Ft. Drake) 1

Biggie Smalls, is dead so Game is dedicating this song to his daughter T'yanna, who in fact recently graduated high school

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It's Mr. Smoke-A-Lot-Of-Pot Glory by Domo Genesis

Domo is OFWGKTA’s resident weed rapper.

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Never been a coward (cause it's a eastside thing) Pumps and a Bump by MC Hammer

Even MC Hammer of all people was involved in East coast-west coast dissing. (He was from California after all, and it was ‘93.)

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It's "Hammer, go Hammer, MC Hammer, yo Hammer"
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U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer

Public Enemy? Run DMC? Who the hell are those people? All we need is Hammer!

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Fiend with diesel in his needle Nasty by Nas 3

Referring to sour diesel in a blunt, a little inspiration while he’s writing those verses. This could also be describing a junkie getting high. “Diesel” is slang for heroin. .

And a tip of the cap to Raekwon on a song that Nas was featured on.

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nastykidddd
August 25th, 2013

It’s definitely not referring to soul diesel. People who smoke weed usually aren’t considered fiends, while people who do dope are. “diesel in his needle” should have been a clear giveaway. diesel = dope, and in crackhouses they have candles (candlelight) so a) fiends can cook up their shot in the spoon if they don’t have a lighter, and b) because theirs no electricity in crackhouses.

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Got body armor (A nigga gotta watch the throne) Why I Love You by Jay Z (Ft. Kanye West & Mr. Hudson)

Besides from being a namedrop for the album, Jay and ‘Ye are saying they have armor to protect themselves.

It also sums up the theme of the album — hip hop is currently on music’s ‘throne’ where rock used to be, and Jay and Kanye are at the pinnacle of that, but if they do watch the throne and continue to push themselves, one day somebody else may steal it. He might also be saying that he has body armor because “a nigga gotta watch the throne”, i.e. The Throne (aka the rich/ upper class) is a place where he is now, thus making him a high priority target for others trying to steal his fame.

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Fly pelican fly, Why I Love You by Jay Z (Ft. Kanye West & Mr. Hudson)

A reference to a scene from the movie Scarface http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLt6HdBsuzs

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November 4th, 2013

Fly pelican Fly could also completely relate to the Jet propelled airborne military vehicles in the Halo Series, especially since the next line is turn the jets on it. The pelicans have rotating jets that aim in the opposite direction of their intended destination and burn at a very high temperature.

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Roof to the rug G'd Up by Wiz Khalifa

G’d up not just from his feet up, but from the floor to his ceiling

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Wake up drunk, go to sleep fucked up The Thrill by Wiz Khalifa (Ft. Empire of the Sun)

Go to sleep so drunk, you’re still drunk in the morning. Yup, this is the line all of the T-shirts are based off of.

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Wherever that change go, this gang go In My Car by Wiz Khalifa (Ft. Juicy J)

Wiz and the rest of Taylor Gang go wherever the money is.

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