Sampled from OneRepublic’s “Counting Stars.”
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Habits are hard to break, especially bad ones. Sometimes it can take countless tries to break a habit. Sir Michael is breaking swishers like people try to break bad habits.
He is splitting his swisher sweet cigarillo down the middle to empty the tobacco and fill with marijuana.
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This line plays off a similar one from “Hot Potato,” a song on the original Step Brothers mixtape:
Last time I checked, I cashed it!
Lito finishes the song with a final reference to a Pimp C line from “Pocket Full of Stones.”
A reference to Andre’s opening line in UGK’s “Int'l Players Anthem.”
This references “Elevators (Me & You)” once again, this time using the hook:
Me and you
Yo mama and yo cousin too
Riding down the strip on vogues
Coming up slamming Cadillac doors
Gucci continues the “Pocket Full of Stones” reference here, using the first two lines in Pimp C’s verse:
Back in the days they used to run up sayin Pimp C what ya know?
I tell em get this crack and get the fuckawayfrommehoe!
The first four bars of this hook pay homage to the first four bars of Bun B’s verse in UGK’s song “Pocket Full of Stones:”
When I first started back in 1989
I wasn’t movin keys I barely movin dimes
Started comin up fiends recognize my face
Started payin off the laws so I wouldn’t catch a case
This pays homage to Pimp C’s line in “Murder.”
This comes from Andre 3000’s verse in UGK’s “Int'l Players Anthem:”
I know you ain’t a pimp, but pimp remember what I taught ya