His friends know he wants to be a big rapper, so they constantly check up on him to much disappointment.
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They say “it’s the thought that counts” but I don’t think that will stand when you’re only thought is to be intentionally cheap to someone who has cared for you your whole life.
He never plans out what’s gonna happen. And his only job is a rapper, so if he doesn’t write enough then he can’t pay rent: used interchangeably
freestyleing life means his life is planned out he is going where the wind takes him. Since its a freestyle you dont write it so he doesnt write his rent cause hes broke
He had to struggle and work hard to get to where he wanted to be in the rap game and to realize his dreams of superstardom.
Voli is a young, as-yet-not-financially-successful rapper — which gives an interesting perspective to the third verse
Second verse by Omen
He begs continuously for no one to feel sorry for him throughout the verse, cause there’s worse things that could happen.
He prays to God to help get him through these rough, economically challenged times when bills are piling up. He just wants to get more/faster money.
In Hinduism, the ātman survives death and reincarnates as another living being, based on its karmic inheritance, which explains the remnant scars
(To a Buddhist, however, this conception of reincarnation doesn’t make sense; they believe that only the soul gets reincarnated)
Two guys break the law, one gets caught, the other sticks to “no snitching” now he’s locked up while his friend is free ‘fucking bitches’