Drake is continuing to vent to this chick. Saying they can have the world if they want it, but only if she’s about it. He knows she wont ask questions because well…he’s Drake.
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Holding it down for October’s Very Own and Toronto that is. A common theme throughout the song.
In Jodeci Freestyle, J. Cole made a mistake by saying:
I’m artistic, y'all are autistic, retarded
Even though Cole was the one who said it, Drake still feels responsible for the pairing of the words; offending a whole community.
Many might insist that Travis is no longer representing his own interests, but that he is a slave to someone else’s. Scott admits this and says that Jesus is his slave master.
Travis starts to talk to himself. The suicidal thoughts are taking over his mind.
In the last line he named 2 gods (Joseph, Allah) and then Mary who birthed Jesus. He calls himself the “kid of a disciple” which could mean he is calling himself a god.
“Black Ace” is referring to Ace Of Spades champagne.
Poured up heavily by rappers most notably, Jay-Z. The Black version is the most expensive!
Gymnasts do flips among other things in their sport. Rockie is flipping his money. In other words, making double what he spent.
A reference to the Black Card made by Visa. A card with no limit.
The rich own them for that reason, imagine all the balling out that one can do with no limit!
Play on green card by chance?
A melancholy, dark line on the low. Jigga admits that he has been put down by hate.
Even Jay-Z is a human being. Maybe there’s hope for the world yet!
Could be a reference to God, saying there’s been points in his life where he’s been on his knees to pray after being put through tough times.
Jigga has been a self made man since just about forever. He grew up cooking coke and has since turned into a musical legend.
He turns down hand-outs because if he understands that if he wants something in the world to be his, he has to go get it.
Another reference to the fact that, although Hov is a fan of El Presidente, he doesn’t necessarily believe in all Democrat ideologies. He indicated the same idea earlier on the album in “Oceans”:“Democrat? Nope, I sold dope”