9th Wonder Alright by Memphis Bleek

9th Wonder was the main producer for this track. 9th is one of the best-known and revered producers in the game, and as a result he’s worked with just about everyone as a producer or rapper, from Kendrick Lamar to Erykah Badu.

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So I approach it like let's do things I know you like Interlude 47 by Pro Era (Ft. Capital STEEZ, CJ Fly, Joey BADA$$ & Kirk Knight) 4

If you want to sexually please a woman, you have to the things you know she loves. #It’s all about her.

Steez, knowing this, approaches the situation as his doing the things that get her aroused and antsy for the best results.

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I'm tryna be a prophet, I don heard niggas lost it F a Rap Critic by Pro Era (Ft. Chuck Strangers, Joey BADA$$ & Kirk Knight) 3

Kirk wants to be the cause for change, creating a renaissance of rap so to speak. He suggests that rappers aren’t quite as impressive as they once were, and he wants to be the one to lead the charge to change that.

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[Verse 3:] Deceiving by Drake

Verse 3 is directed towards former classmate Alisha Phillips, whom Drake proposed to.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be.

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[Verse 1:] Deceiving by Drake

This verse is directed towards pre-fame ex Dia Edwards.

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You can stop frontin' I know you heard of me
Babygirl ya, ya, ya heard of me
Little me
Give Ya by Drake (Ft. Trey Songz)

Drake is and was kinda a big deal…

He expects this girl to know who he is despite him selling himself as a nobody or someone unimportant.

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Step into the club security never frisk me Give Ya by Drake (Ft. Trey Songz)

Trey is such a VIP and such a regular at the club that security guards know him and don’t even bother to frisk or pat him down.

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So don't get it twisted nigga Give Ya by Drake (Ft. Trey Songz)

Trey is a R&B singer, but he makes it clear here that it’s a mistake to consider him any softer than anyone else. He’ll put you in the hospital.

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Whiter than that coke brush that they paint me with Alone in Vegas by Pusha T

Pusha T both confirms and disproves the stereotype of drug dealers become rappers. He’s not entirely a street rapper, despite that sound being highly prevalent.

This whole song is about the existence of a different side of Push, despite his history as a drug dealer painting him in a certain way.

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Lay around in my dreams
Come alive in my nightmares
Euphraxia by SZA

The angel vs devil conflict comes to a head here, as the devil of her evil thoughts leaves her head for the moment, only to resurface when she has a nightmare.

At the same time, it lies around unnoticed in her dreams, waiting for her to wake up to the life she lives, a reminder that it still exists.

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