Besides VEVO artists being “commercial” in their music/personas, you always have to watch a commercial before watching a music video on a VEVO channel.
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Double entendre: taking something “to the hilt” means taking it “to the very limit” and he’s taking her to the Hilton to rent a room.
Despot has a penchant for recording verses very sparsely, spitting about sixteen bars every nine months. Also an allusion the MTV show “Sixteen and Pregnant.”
Who’s fresher than Jay Z? It’s a trick question: nobody!
He doesn’t even have to ask people if they think he’s a good lyricist, everyone knows how good he is so that wouldn’t even be a riddle.
Eating and vomiting involve items going in different directions relative to the mouth.
Also a reference to this line from “Shoulder Lean” by Young Dro feat. T.I. http://rapgenius.com/112712
An alternate explanation to the previous one: Kutis is parodying one of the interjections from Rick Ross’s B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast).
Referring to “Colden’s Wild” in Queens. This street crosses Colden in Flushing
This track was released in 1994, a square having four sides.
MMG, is label, is poised to make ridiculous amounts of money considering the dual draws of Ricky and Wale.
should be “stack cream, now the Maybach matte green”. meaning they’re making so much money (cream) even the maybach is green