You see I'm just Marshall Mathers Marshall Mathers by Eminem 1

Monikers and aliases are important to Eminem; “Eminem” is a literal pronunciation of his initials (M and M), which stand for Marshall Mathers

Going by the actual name “Marshall Mathers”, however, signals a more human tone, in stark contrast to his voice as “Slim Shady”, his otherworldly alias (“Eminem” is in between)

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April 6th, 2014

Also a joke considering how the last song was about how he was slim shady.

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I can't believe this happening in my own town Regulate by Warren G (Ft. Nate Dogg)

“I can’t believe that I, Warren G — King of Long Beach — am getting robbed in my own territory.”

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I fly by you in a foreign whip, on the throttle with a model; bony bitch Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

Wayne is trying to sound like a man of the world: he drives a foreign “whip” (car), with a “bony” (skinny) model in the passenger seat

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Stunna my Pa so you know that's in me Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

“Stunna” (Birdman) is Lil Wayne’s adopted father

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That ain't even a motherfuckin' aim. I get dough boy
And you already know that pimpin'
Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

Wayne is ONLY focused on making money (a point he emphasizes on “Money on my Mind”); his “insane” flow is merely a side-effect

But you already knew that, right?

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Cause the flow is spasmatic: what they call insane Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

Weezy’s flow is “insane” (good), but also could be legally defined as insane because of it’s purp-induced jerky spasmatic rhythm

With “what they call”, Weezy is ribbing at the inconsistent legal definitions for insanity as a criminal defense; states are divided among the Mc'Naughten, Durham and (the most criminal-unfriendly, and the one Wayne is referring to here) the Irresistible Impulse Test, which limits the insanity defense to a mental defect causing an involuntary physical act (like a spasm)

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Wear a helmet when you bang it, man, and guard your brain Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

“Hey kids! This is Lil Wayne here just reminding you to use condoms when you bang! Thanks”

Rappers give these sorts of PSA’s frequently (I think Snoop started it).

Could also be referring to the previous line, when you bump this song it’s gonna go hard so you need to protect your head when your head nodding

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Put some water on the track, Fresh, for all his flame Go DJ by Lil Wayne (Ft. Mannie Fresh)

The “track” (beat) is so “hot” (good), that Weezy advises Mannie to “Freshen” it up with some water to cool things down

“Water” is also slang for coke, so maybe Wayne is also implicitly asking Mannie to diversify

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Without scarred by a revolve Bomb First (My Second Reply) by 2Pac (Ft. Outlawz)

Without [being] “scarred” (wounded) by a revolv[er]

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"Da da do" Mr. Carter by Lil Wayne (Ft. Jay Z)

“Da da do” is another “the police are coming” warning system

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