Plug it in and change the world Electric Feel by MGMT

“Plug it in” is another reference to sex, and the so-called love involved is going to “change the world.”

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This is what the world is for
Making electricity
Electric Feel by MGMT

According to MGMT, the world — even life itself — is for making love. The purpose is simply to enjoy yourself and share in the bond that is associated with sex.
It is true, in some senses, that the meaning of life is to procreate: the goal of a species is its survival, and one of the best ways to ensure this is to produce the next generation, which will continue the species.

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Hardcore to the brain No More Pain by 2Pac

Instead of Meth’s “from the brain,” Pac uses “to the brain,” which means that he’s not using his brain to hurt you, but he’s hurting your brain.

Confusing? Hurting your brain? That’s exactly what Tupac wants.

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Let's go inside my astral plane No More Pain by 2Pac

This is a reference/ode to the opening verse of Method Man’s track, “Bring the Pain,” from his debut solo album, Tical.

He’s really saying, “Let’s go inside my world.” The astral plane could refer to his “dream world,” or it could be a glimpse into Pac’s mind.

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Hook: (interpretation of Method Man's "Bring the Pain") No More Pain by 2Pac

Literally, the same line. In Meth’s song, “Bring the Pain”, the opening to his first verse is the same as Pac’s hook, except for Pac’s usage of “to the brain” versus Meth’s “from the brain.”

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Bitches I fuck with a passion, I'm livin' rough and raw
Catchin' cases at a fast rate, ballin' in the fast lane
All Eyez On Me by 2Pac (Ft. Syke)

Like “living in the fast lane,” or, living life on the dangerous side.

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I'm finna take you to the tip-top, baby Announcement by Common (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Either he’s going to take her to the tip-top as in he’s gonna give her the best sex ever, or…
She’s gonna get higher than she’s ever been.

Most likely that she’s going to have the best fucking of her life.

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When Puff was with Biggie, Versace on every niggie Announcement by Common (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

A reference to when Biggie was signed to Bad Boy Records under Puff Daddy. B.I.G. was a Versace enthusiast, because after all, Miami-DC prefer Versace.

Biggie set the trend, so everyone wanted to wear it.

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Raps are bullets
See them rappers? They be duckin'
When Comm be buckin' in the kitchen, fuckin'
Announcement by Common (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Shades of Biggie Smalls‘ classic lines in his song “Unbelievable”:

Gats I pull it, bastards be ducking when Big be bucking
Chickenheads be clucking in my bathroom, fucking

(Notice that “Gats-I-pull-it” is a four-syllable rhyme to “Raps-are-bull-ets”).

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The Fam-o Victory by Diddy (Ft. Busta Rhymes & The Notorious B.I.G.)

Puff Daddy & the Family, referring specifically to the “Family.”

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