Bill Withers is an African American singer song writer, whose career spanned some 15 years, his most popular piece of work is arguably the song “Ain’t No Sunshine”
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Maybe if Westboro spent their time helping the less fortunate, they might feel better about themsevles?
Only fool here is Westboro.
“Lasciviousness” means lustful, lewd, and lecherous in excessive sexualness. The Westboro Baptist Church disagrees to the artists' profuse objectification of sex.
A reference to the ever popular 3 piece suits JT rocks on the regular.
The simile plays on ex Lakers Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, nicknamed “Mr Showtime” after the Lakers style of game play.
King Push details the stages of his career.
Beginning: The term “A1” describes something that is “excellent”.
Early drug dealing career: Selling dope, his name ringing describes his rapper moniker which Pharrell Williams gave to him “Pusha Ton”
Present: His drug dealing and dope rapping skills have culminated to produce a great lifestyle and also, great music!
Push is spending his money (stacks of cash are held in bands) on two types of rollies. The rolex watch with the bezel, and Rolls Royce cars:
It’s not “type of rollie” but “Tiger” as in the Tiger Eye Dial Rolex.
Nicki Minaj, another celebrity, mentioned it in the song Rich Friday. [HERE] http://rapgenius.com/2115653
Push bases this phrase off the book/film “Memoirs of a Geisha”.
His statement on being a “reallioniare” means he’s made millions his own way, by not “selling out” in the music or snitching while dealing dope.
JT and Pusha have collaborated before! While Push was still spitting with his brother No Malice as part of the infamous duo Clipse. The moment occurred on JT’s track Like I Love You
My Name Is My Name is the title of Pusha T’s debut solo album. The phrase comes from the TV show: “The Wire”, spoke by the character Marlo Stanfield. He was basically saying, I am who I am.