As my money got bigger, all my chains got smaller Cashin Out (Remix) by Ludacris

Ever heard of the logic ‘Guys driving big cars and trucks are compensating for their small penises’? Well that’s kinda what Luda is suggesting in the case of rappers who wear big gold and platinum chains.

Just because you have a big chain

Doesn’t mean you’ll ever be as rich or as dope as Luda

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Full medal gold plaque classics Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

Ironically enough Canibus only had one Album that went gold and that was his debut Can-I-Bus released in 1998 which received very negative reviews by critics for it’s lack luster production done by Wyclef Jean of The Fugees.
The album pretty much was the unfortunate beginning of Canibus' downfall in the industry.

But Canibus doesn’t really care because he believes everything he has ever put out is worthy of a gold plaque.

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The B2 bomb pilot, waitin for that long silence Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

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You gotta honor it, fuck the politics!!! Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

Rap today is full of people and ‘opinions’. Doesn’t that annoy you? People making the game to political with rules like “A freestyle is only a rhyme that it said on the spot off the top of your head with no written rhymes” or take the good ol' Cassidy vs. Meek Mill beef where people who chose Meek Mill said Meek was better only because the beats he rhymed on were ‘hot’ and that Cassidy “fell off”. Canibus hates the industry and what it’s doing to Hip Hop culture, he would rather have it when it was just to guys rapping on the street for fun than 10 million people getting all butthurt and rapping for money and spitting tasteless rhymes

Touche Bis

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The Roman gladiator clashin, chariots crashin Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

Chariot racing was a very popular sport in the ancient Greet and Roman culture. It drew many crowds to the events but it was extremely dangerous a lot of the times where both horse and rider faced injury and death.

Canibus could also be talking about his longevity in rap. He is also very known for the gothic and scientific imagery in his lyrics mixing it with ancient and biblical references. In this bar maybe Canibus is really eager to take his opponents to where it was very deadly to compete against each other. He doesn’t seem phased by it

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The hip hop conglomerate, we legends puttin it down Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

A conglomerate is a number of different things or parts that are put or grouped together to form a whole but remain distinct entities. By ‘Hip Hop conglomerate’ Canibus is talking about all the Hip Hop pioneers and GOAT (himself included) gathering as a whole while still maintaining their own image and style for the sake of the real Hip Hop.

It’s also interesting to point out that the Busta Rhymes Sample that Premier used for this beat is a song that Busta did in 2006 that talked about the stale state of the rap game and the passionless lyrics rappers put out these days

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Don't behave cool to be kind Golden Terra of Rap by Canibus

Don’t be a kiss ass. Don’t act like a ‘thug’ or ‘ghetto hoodrat’ to impress others. Be yourself and you’ll see that you’re more cool doing that

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Many years have passed since those summer days
Among the fields of barley
See the children run as the sun goes down
Among the fields of gold
You'll remember me when the west wind moves
Upon the fields of barley
Fields of Gold by Sting

Sting gives the listener a very broad image which can have different meanings.

One of of them may be him reminding his lover of the times they both spent together in the fields of barley making love and loving each other

See the children run as the sun goes down."
They probably had children together. Sting wrote this song whilst he was looking out into his garden and watching his children (the ones he has with Trudie Styler, I presume) playing.

You’ll remember me"
Sting is probably hinting the approach of death, perhaps him dying before his lover. The fields of barley, as stated in the beginning can be seen as literally fields of barley or metaphorically earth and the fields of gold can be another synonym of fields of barley or the paradise of Heaven

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Upon the fields of barley Fields of Gold by Sting

Barley is a wonderfully versatile cereal grain with a rich nutlike flavor and an appealing chewy, pasta-like consistency. Its appearance resembles wheat berries, although it is slightly lighter in color.

Barley can also be a metaphor for earth and all the life given resources it gives to us

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I never made promises lightly
And there have been some that I've broken
But I swear in the days still left
We'll walk in fields of gold
We'll walk in fields of gold
Fields of Gold by Sting

Even though he has made mistakes time and time again he has manned up and forgave himself for them and he reassures her that he will continue to love her or all the days of his life

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