What am I to do? What am I to you?
But a lot of cool? But I’m not amused?
Slave by Tech N9ne (Ft. Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)

Tech is confused and wondering about what his purpose is, if he’s just entertainment or more than that.

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But it’s okay I am gon ride till I triumph
Cause everybody once upon a time was a slave
This is Calhoun
Slave by Tech N9ne (Ft. Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)

You have to work hard to get to the place you want to be at. Kutt is going to stay patient because he knows fate is going to work out for him eventually.

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Solicitation of a prostitute
Cause you're a ho when you’re playin this game
Slave by Tech N9ne (Ft. Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)

Kutt is comparing his rap career and being in the industry in general to the life of a prostitute, putting his whole life out there just to be thrown around like a doll for a dollar.

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When niggas after me and bitches after me
Wanna have my baby
Slave by Tech N9ne (Ft. Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)

To top off all the stress hes already going through, he has to deal with the baby mama drama.

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And it’s not easy
To walk a narrow path and mock Jesus
Slave by Tech N9ne (Ft. Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)

Although he wants to live by his own beliefs of not praising Jesus, sometimes his situation is so rough he feels like its the only choice.

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February 21st, 2014

It says “to walk a narrows path in my jeans”

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When Mobb dropped shook Dear Dilla by Phife Dawg (Ft. Q-Tip)

Referring to the classic ‘94 song “Shook Ones” by Mobb Deep

Also, referring to the even more classic sequel from ‘95

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Hey hey hey! Mr. Hangman
Go get your rope
You Won't Know by Brand New

He’s warning his emotional self that something bad has happened and to get ready for the depression

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Some rules are made with all intentions to break
And she defends it with a warped rationale
Jaws Theme Swimming by Brand New

The famous saying

Rules are meant to be broken

comes into play here

This girl is defending her actions and living her lifestyle by this rule (ironically enough..)

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Tell Baatin I said whats up, word he right next to you? Dear Dilla by Phife Dawg (Ft. Q-Tip)

Baatin was one of the three original founders of Slum Village, along with Dilla.

In 2009, Baatin was found dead inside his home. It is unclear what caused his death to this day. Before his death, he had left the group due to health problems. He suffered from such problems as depression, schizophrenia with bipolar tendencies.

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Hold tight, this ain't the last time I see you Dear Dilla by Phife Dawg (Ft. Q-Tip)

Phife is re-phrasing the intro line to the Slum Village song “Hold Tight”, which J Dilla produced and worked with.

Slum Village is a Detroit rap group formed by rappers Baatin, T3, and Dilla. Dilla left in 2002 to pursue solo projects.

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