Sporting two diamond chains, he has them swaying both ways in the breeze. Double dutch refers to two ropes in opposite directions — wherever you look Pusha is iced out!
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P mentions alot of high end brands in his raps. A hypebeast is someone who follows trends to the letter and can’t think for themselves — they wear whatever the blogs tell them to!
Original Fake is a popular streetwear brand. Keeping with the theme of the verse
Push is saying other rappers are fakes of the original coke rapper (him).
Push claims he’s the father of the d-boy coke flow. In some ways he was during the 00’s, drug raps became highly popular after the Clipse blew up from 2002’s Lord Willin'
Ever wondered what the T stands for? Now you know. A ton of cocaine would probably each the ceiling…
You either got it, or you ain’t! Like Jay Z says in the original:
You can pay for school but you can’t buy class
Re Up Gang Records is Pusha & Malices label. Their longtime right hand man Ab-Liva jumps on this track too.
This is a freestyle over the original Swagga Like Us beat. The track featured a slew of the best MC’s of the decade including: T.I., Jay Z, Kanye West & Lil Wayne
Watch the epic 2009 Grammy performance here:
Push ends the concept of the song. They both spit verses about guns, and now the “roses” come in.
A mausoleum is a building where the deceased are housed, often the same family or group of people will be buried together.
Reference to the stereotypical Italian mobster. Italians love their pasta!
Malice makes 5 times what you do, so he can buy luxury homes on the water