Add two dope boys known for taping up Oooh by Pusha T (Ft. Hodgy Beats, Liva Don & Tyler The Creator)

With a reference to the site 2DopeBoyz, Pusha highlights the fact that he and Liva Don made and sold cocaine (dope), and now rap about it.

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And I’m not even 20, dropped a classic at my 18 Oooh by Pusha T (Ft. Hodgy Beats, Liva Don & Tyler The Creator)

While Tyler is 20 now, he dropped his first album, Bastard when he was only 18. It was met with rave reviews and led to a significant increase in his and Odd Future’s popularity.

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Sometimes I need that stripper that's gon' tell me that she don't dance Underground Kings by Drake

Drake doesn’t mind the occasional reminder that he must remain humble and realize that he is not entitled to anything he wants just because he is rich and famous.

He could be referring to being in the V.I.P. room with a stripper. When a stripper says she doesn’t dance, she means that she is down to fuck. Relationships are rough and sometimes a one and done is exactly what you need.

Or he’s alternately referring to both perspectives on this line. He’s referring to a girl that will be a stripper for him in private (romance) but not in the public (“don’t dance” referring to pole dancing at a club in the previous line).

Drake could also be saying that he is fine with a stripper blatantly lying to him (ie. a stripper that does not dance) all in an effort to massage his ego. It’s like someone saying “ I usually don’t do this, but you are special”.

Together, it suggests that sometimes he wants to kick back and have a romantic time, sometimes he wants to just fuck, and sometimes he wants a girl that will give him the best of both worlds.

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The living proof that you ain’t gotta die to get to heaven Underground Kings by Drake

Drake leads a life full of happiness and pleasure that has no limits and unlimited possibilities. This is the type of lifestyle that he expected to only have if he reached heaven, but, instead, he got it while still on earth, alive and well.

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She keep on gettin' played like it’s recess, break her heart's a reflex Diamonds And Gold by Mac Miller

All the guys that this girl gets with seem to just break her heart in the end, and she does not understand why this happens every time.

However, as you will see later in the song, she brings this heartbreak upon herself.

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And on my last check, I copped the NSX, just like Pharrell did Lightwork by Lupe Fiasco

Pharrell mentions that he “copped that NSX” in his song “Can I Have It Like That”.

After making some money from music, Pharrell bought an Acura (or Honda, depending on your location) NSX as his first sports car.

The NSX became a hot item in the early 1990s because it maintained an impressive balance between high performance and everyday usability. Manufactured in Japan, the NSX can accelerate as fast as and reach speeds that rival those of far more expensive cars, such as Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Porches. In addition, unlike most other sports cars, the NSX sports a V6 engine, while most of its competitors have V8 engines.

In 2005, Honda discontinued production of the NSX; however, a new, revamped model of the NSX is set to be featured in the upcoming blockbuster film The Avengers.

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October 19th, 2013

This is Lupe with his 1991 Acura NSX in the “Poor Decisions” music video
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What you think I rap for? To push a fucking Land Rove? Out of This World by A$AP Rocky

In the song “Run This Town,” Kanye says he doesn’t rap in order to drive a Rav-4, because he is rich and Rav-4s are cheap, “Hey, I’m 17 and this is my first car!” cars.

Rocky takes this to the next level, by replacing the Rav-4 with a Land Rover. He wants to be so successful that driving a Land Rover, the cheaper, but still relatively expensive (they all start at $35,000+) cousin of the Range Rover, would be an insult to his status and wealth.

This line is a derivation of Kanye’s line, which is actually derived from this Scarface line…

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Friends, they'll hurt you, Out of This World by A$AP Rocky

Some friends are quick to backstab and take advantage of you if you have something they want, especially if you are on the verge of fame and wealth, like A$AP Rocky.

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Me under a lamp post while I got my hands closed Out of This World by A$AP Rocky

Rocky references Jay-Z’s 2001 hit single “Izzo (H.O.V.A.)” to describe his late night, crack hustling experiences in Harlem.

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Haze to my brains like eggs, got it scrambled Out of This World by A$AP Rocky

A$AP Rocky sure does love to smoke some weed.

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