Uh, black girl sippin' white wine I'm In It by Kanye West (Ft. Assassin & Justin Vernon)

The contrast of the black girl drinking a glass of white wine plays into the civil rights simile in the next line.

It could be a throwback to the line in “New Slaves” where his mother lived in the era when clean water was only served to the fairer skin. Maybe this is some high-quality wine that most African-Americans could have never dreamed of drinking just a generation ago, i.e. white wine, wine for whites.

Another meaning is in the same context as the whole verse, which is sex. I guess most of you can understand what white wine could stand for (Semen).
This entire verse is about sex and explicit sexual content, so I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what he meant.

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Careless whispers, eye fuckin', bitin' ass
Neck, ears, hair, legs, eating ass
I'm In It by Kanye West (Ft. Assassin & Justin Vernon)

Kanye entails us all the typical foreplay and pre-sex activities…wait, eatin' ass?

Well, whatever you’re into, Kanye.
https://twitter.com/RapGenius/status/345699951906533376 The Rap Genius community agrees.

This is also a likely reference to the film American Psycho. In the film Patrick Bateman tells one of the hookers he hired to eat the other hooker’s ass. Yeezy used the film in promotions for the album.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b3_QoZzIwI

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[Intro: Justin Vernon] Hold My Liquor by Kanye West (Ft. Chief Keef & Justin Vernon)

Justin Vernon has worked with Kanye West before, especially back when his respective band, Bon Iver, was peaking in popularity. Around that time, Kanye released My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and songs like “Monster” and “Lost In The World” featured Vernon. He was also featured on “That’s My Bitch” from Watch The Throne.

Kanye uses these two artists to portray himself. Even though Justin Vernon and Chief Keef are the ones performing the lyrics, it is understood that it is coming from Kanye’s point of view.

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Or the O'Jays, thinkin' bout the old days Another by The Notorious B.I.G. (Ft. Lil Kim)

The O'Jays were a popular R&B group back in the days of early Motown. They are responsible for the classic track “Love Train,” that is now the backdrop to Coors Light commercials.

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Aye yo you just like Menudo
Played out about mad years ago
Tim Westwood Freestyle by Kanye West

Back in the ‘70s and '80s, Menudo was a boy band from Puerto Rico.

The boy band is where singer Ricky Martin got his start.

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I'm stompin' round in my black vans Karateman by Hodgy Beats (Ft. Left Brain)

Perhaps Left Brain is sporting the rare GOLF WANG Vans from homie Tyler The Creator.

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[Hook: Swizz Beatz] Open Letter by Jay Z

The last time these two worked together was on Watch The Throne’sWelcome to the Jungle.”

Before that, Swizz was a big contributor to Jay’s last solo album, The Blueprint III.

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JC Wednesday Night Twitter Smackdown by Klonopin

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Fuck around and have your heart, like Jordan had Starks' Baby Phife's Return by A Tribe Called Quest (Ft. Consequence)

When this song came out, the Bulls and Knicks were known for competing in some of the best basketball games.

Phife compares his spit game dominance to him as Jordan (arguably greatest athlete of all time) to the competition as Starks (not quite in the same category).

Although, Starks did once do this to Jordan…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vzB8Ujf6Mo

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[Hook: Consequence]
A, yo, you know the deal when the diggy Dawg is on the scene
We got the fiend bumpin straight from the borough Queens
You know the deal when the diggy Dawg is on the scene
We got the fiend bumpin straight from the borough Queens
You know the deal when the diggy Dawg is on the scene
You know the deal, ha, you know the deal
Baby Phife's Return by A Tribe Called Quest (Ft. Consequence)

Cons reassures us that Phife Diggy brings the hottest rhymes.

Side note: Rappers Consequence and Q-Tip are actually cousins. (Cons on left, Tip on right).

However, during the stint where Cons left GOOD Music and began foul-mouthing and dissing former counterparts Kanye West and Pusha T, Q-Tip took a stance against his kin, which lead to Cons coming at Tip.

Eventually, the beef between the blood-related buddies began to boil down and was squashed.

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