Drake has been criticized for coming off like he was raised in a rough neighborhood when in reality Drake grew up in a nice Toronto suburb.
His song “Started From The Bottom” really upset some listeners, claiming that Drake doesn’t have any idea of what it really is to be at the bottom…
Either way, Drake claims here that he isn’t a “hood” rapper but can teach you how to get big in the streets.
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Drake’s got a whole fleet of cars on his keychain.
How many of you other rappers are down in Miami courtside Lebron, D-Wade, and the human raptor known as Chris Bosh?
If these women aren’t trusted by Drake’s homies, then he’s giving them the deuces.
You gotta be willing to go between Drake and his rapper friends, girl. In “Show Me a Good Time,” Drake talks about how him and Weezy share girls, a common theme within rap teams.
Drake is worrying about whether this girl misses what they had. After hearing the following line about learning her lesson, it was probably a one night stand.
It’s a line like that this where some rap listeners would call Drake.
All the girls from Drizzy’s past are seeing him on TV and hearing him on the radio since he’s blown up.
He’s trying to make them proud, but maybe also a little jealous of his success.
During Kanye’s bit on BET’s Rap City, he freestyled the same first 8 bars seen in this verse.
Lemme guess.. it comes with nuts..
What in the world could he be talking about??
The idea is reminiscent of a popular Lil Wayne song.
Personally, I think back to when 50 Cent was taking ladies to the candy shop.
Oral sex, disgusting really..
lol i actually dont know prolly the sexual axt of licking ones penis
Tell your friends to get with my friends. And we can be friends. Shit, we can do this every weekend.
“To run a train” means a lineup of guys having sex with one girl one after another. A reference to a much older Juicy J verse.
Bieber is getting edgier now that he is rapping, but he is under legal drinking age (in the States) and so he still plays it safe and pops San Pellegrino, aka sparkling water.