“I’m something like a phenomenon” was the chorus to LL Cool J’s song “Phenomenon”
LL fancied himself a ladies man and Fab is saying he’s also a ladies man, but is ready to unload shots (dump) whenever things get serious
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He either means Harlem, or it’s just a way to say he’s a “grinder”/hard worker (i.e., wherever he’s from would be the land of grind because he was from there)
(since you’ll be dead)
Malcolm Gladwell would argue that this is foolish, since becoming good at rap requires 10,000 hours of practice, just like anything else
Probably the best line in the song. Lil Wayne uses his “stove” (gun) to turn beef (disagreements) into patties (processed beef / corpses)
(Cam'ron has a similar line in Killa Cam about hammering beef with his “nine”)
As in Keyshia Cole and “cold.” This nicely parallels the Megan Good reference above.
Lil Wayne’s drink is pink because he puts cough syrup in it
Callback to the “have” v. “hay-ve” thing above
I’m always thinking about / acquiring money — $5 bills (Lincolns) $100 bills (Franklins), and, when they make bills with (Ronald) Reagan on them, I’ll be into those too
Note the “fucking good” / “sleeping with Megan” wordplay