Jean would later chronicle her frustration with the record industry on such songs as “Billy Killer”. She would even briefly threaten to retire from music
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At this point in the track, which samples Bobby Byrd’s “I’m Not to Blame,” there is a sped-up sample of Byrd screaming
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As she points out later in the song, Jean has been making music for years and has released many well-regarded, if not huge-selling, albums
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A pretty direct dis to her fellow female rappers, who often have hyper-sexualized images, a la Weezy protege Nicki Minaj, below:
In a great meta-moment, Jean actually takes a long pause of several beats after this line before continuing
Being female, Jean is obviously not exactly sure what an STD like that would feel like
Another “before and after” phrase — she can’t wait for her album to fall, or come out. Also, in the fall, she will start touring colleges, and bringing her raps straight to your campus