Got me a goddess, show her how to divide it
She still down...and she don't get none of the profit
Money on My Mind by Lil Wayne

Wayne’s girl is down to help him count / organize his money even though she’s not getting any of it

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Had to ditch my old bitch getting sloppy with the pots Money on My Mind by Lil Wayne

Wayne dumps his girl because she’s inept at preparing drugs (apropos of “get money, fuck bitches”)

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Still the man with the pan Killa Cam by Cam'ron

A pan to cook crack in. Also a play on the phrase “Man with the plan”

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From the back of the cop-ride
To black-on-black, black when we cop rides
Family Ties by Cam'ron

I used to sit in the back of cop cars (i.e., get arrested), now I put on all black clothing and steal cars

Alternatively, this could mean “as soon as I’m out of the cop’s car (released from police custody) I immediately put on all black clothes and steal a car”

Also, copping a car can mean just owning or buying one, so he could be saying he owns black-on-black “murdered out” cars (cars with black rims, black tints, and black paint)

The “cop ride” / “cop rides” wordplay here is classic Cam

Also, “black-on-black” refers to the phenomenon of “black-on-black crime”

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January 20th, 2014

By “black on black” he means the color wave of the car, & the “black” after is suggesting as if he’s talking to someone because “black” is also slang for what u call someone. & He’s saying he buys cars that are black on black not steal them otherwise it would be reverting to him back in the back of a cop car.

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Got these other haters pissed cause my toilet paper thick Money on My Mind by Lil Wayne

Hes the shit… so his toilet paper is thick a metaphor that his haters are “pissed” ( a pun on pissed an shit) that hes getting so much money

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Pump that dip in ya veins, get dope like me Family Ties by Cam'ron

“Pump that dip in ya' veins” can either mean “enjoy the music we (the Diplomats / dip set) are putting out”, or “enjoy the drugs we’re selling”

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I ain't give a fuck as long as they ain't close to me Family Ties by Cam'ron

Ties in with the familial theme of the song; here “close to me” has a double meaning — i.e., if you OD off of drugs you bought from Cam, he won’t care unless you were his friend and/or were physically near him (i.e., could potentially get him caught or dampen his mood)

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Call me "C.O.D." - that's coke and them Os of D Family Ties by Cam'ron

You pay Cam C.O.D (cash on delivery) for his C(oke) and O(unces) of D(ope)

dope = heroin

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Rell home Family Ties by Cam'ron

Hell Rell, least-talented member of Dipset, has come home from prison

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Then shake a nigga shorts and we takin' what we want Fly In by Lil Wayne

“After we break your grill, we’re going to shake your belongings out of your shorts and take them…for ourselves!”

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