Cole has often talked in songs before about his absentee father. He was raised by his mother, aunt, and cousin
This line also contradicts a statment made in the beginning of ‘Can’t Cry’ off of his first major mixtape.
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Reference to another song “lost ones” http://rapgenius.com/466601
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Cole would change his mind about voyeurs by the time his debut album came out
..And we get to the moral of the story. Use a condom, kids! Sadly, twenty years later, rappers would still have to be making this same point
Reno’s get-tough policies allow Anquette to take all of her man’s stuff, from his jewelry down to even his scent:
Anquette will even take her baby daddy’s Cadillac Brougham, a car that was very popular in its final 1987-1992 incarnation
Not the only getting-at-the-dudes song by a lady rapper to interpolate this old nursery rhyme. Mia X’s 1992 classic “Da Payback” would do it too
Rather than listening to heavy metal music, Bleek listens to the sounds of heavy pieces of metal (i.e. powerful guns)
The “Memphis” in Memphis Bleek does not refer to the city — he, like Jay, is a Brooklyn native — but is, he claims, an acronym for “Making Easy Money Pimping Hoes In Style”