Kent when I vent, I think I can save the world
Through the art that I lark, I'mma paint it on a mural
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Continuing the superhero imagery, Dosage compares himself to Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman a.k.a. The Best Superhero Ever Created) and relates Superman’s mission to save and protect the world through as the purpose of his own music as well

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More-or-less super, nothing like Peter
Parallel Parker never by a meter
Pure by Dosage

Dosage parallels himself with everyday-guy-turned-superhero comic book character Peter Parker (a.k.a. Spiderman)…

…and takes the use of “parallel” even further by bringing up the equally familiar imagery of a person parallel-parking their car by a meter

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I call her Princess Jasmine Pure by Dosage

I don’t blame Dosage for having a crush on Jasmine, even if she is a cartoon — I felt the same way as a young'in…

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(Boyaka! Boyaka!) Pure by Dosage

This is an onomatopoeic ad-lib meant to imply the sound of a gun firing, which sets up the next line directly

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I'm back to my roots, now my spirit is "undun" Pure by Dosage

In a nice display of wordplay, Dosage claims that returning to his roots has resulting in his spirit “unfastening” from himself and finally finding a personal freedom, while also alluding to the 2011 album undun by hip hop band The Roots.

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What does it mean to you?
That's what I asked myself
Pure by Dosage

Dosage finds himself meditating upon the state of hip-hop and how it personally relates to him, as well as the casual listener

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Look how they cling to you Pure by Dosage

Modern American culture tends to “grab on” to successful emcees, for better or worse

In other words, America is the ultimate groupie

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See this is deeper than rap Pure by Dosage

What you’re hearing now is more than just a young man spitting technically-proficient rhymes. Dosage is trying to connect with and reach your very essence, hence “deeper than rap”

This also seems to be a reflection on Hip Hop culture itself as a whole, which is steeped in traditions and idiosyncrasies beyond the mere display of rhyming and skill

In any case, STEER CLEAR OF OFFICER RICKY:

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"Blood & Sand" is going to be the greatest shit you ever heard Pure by Dosage

“Blood & Sand” is the name for the upcoming Dosage EP for which these songs off “3D11” serve as a prelude

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For now everything is "Rated R", I'm a Rude Boy Pure by Dosage

Looks like Dosage is a fan of Rihanna…
We don’t blame him, though… I mean, she is Rihanna, after all:

God Bless Barbados!!!

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