I did her, not just to say that I did it I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Don’t we all know that guy who brags about banging the chick everyone wants? Well, Common’s not that guy, he just enjoyed being with her

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Stressin' how hardcore and "real" she is
She was really the realest, before she got into showbiz
I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Gangsta rap, says Common, isn’t really what hip-hop’s about, so rappers need to be real about their past

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Out goes the weave, in goes the braids beads medallions I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

From a 1990 Chicago Tribune article

In recent months, Africa-shaped medallions, clothing made of African kente cloth and Malcolm X T-shirts have become popular among school-age children. Some youths said the trend has made it easier for them to express their cultural awareness

From a fashion show, some afrocentric beads:

Beads

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March 26th, 2014

A Tribe Called Quest’s look when they first appeared on the scene in 1989 is a perfect example of this
http://brianorndorf.typepad.com/.a/6a00e54ee7b64288330153909903ad970b-500wi

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But what was foul
She said that the pro-black, was going out of style
She said, Afrocentricity, was of the past
I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Com’s pissed that rappers decided that afrocentric rap is passé and decided to move on to other forms. Interestingly, Common’s future albums heavily featured R&B singers like Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and a post-Fugees Lauryn Hill

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Just having fun, not worried about anyone
And you could tell by how her titties hung
I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Common obviously has intimate knowledge of the female reaction to stress. When women are anxious, they put on the tightest push-up they can get, but when a chick is chill, she goes without. Oh, the freedom

Also, real titties hang, fake titties don’t. The hip-hop Common used to love was real.

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By not preaching to me, but speaking to me I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Makes sense when paired with the “secular” line used in the first verse.

Also, Common’s saying that the hip-hop he was listening to was being informative, but not going so far as telling him how he should be living.

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But I'ma take her back hoping that the shit stop I Used to Love H.E.R. by Common

Despite all of her infidelities and misdeeds, Com still feels love for this chick, who is revealed to be…

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If you hold the head steady, I'mma milk the cow Yeah! by Usher (Ft. Lil Jon & Ludacris)

Referring to a threesome. Luda’s friend will “hold the head steady” (get some head) while Luda does whatever with the woman’s genitals

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