You remember me as the tallest one of the four Lock Shit Down by Chali 2na (Ft. Talib Kweli)

Chali 2na is known for being a member of Jurassic 5 which was an American alternative hip hop group formed in 1993.

He’s a tall man, and he was the tallest in the group.

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Your worst nightmare be this verse right here
But good, that's what you niggas get for sleeping on me
Lord Knows by Fabolous

Many people has slept on Fabolous, meaning that they have ignored and/or doubted his vocal skills, so now all they’re gonna get is a nightmare. Clever choice of words.

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Why give a fuck it makes no sense to give Lord Knows by Fabolous

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I'mma keep it Sosa while these niggas keep it Tony Lord Knows by Fabolous

A reference to Scarface which is a 1983 American epic crime film, and likely the most-referenced movie in rap

Alejandro “Alex” Sosa is a Bolivian drug lord. He serves as Tony’s chief nemesis and the primary antagonist of the film

Tony Montana is the main character in Scarface. In the film’s ending, Tony Montana’s mansion was raided by Alex Sosa’s gang in retribution for not killing a Bolivian anti-drug journalist with his wife and children, resulting in Montana’s movie-ending death

The meaning of the line is that, while Fab’s antagonists concentrate on appearing as if they are powerful, a la Montana, he will remain quiet and in the background, with real power, a la Sosa

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January 14th, 2012

This line can also be interpreted as a diss towards Drake. Drake was notably featured on the some-what popular song “Tony Montana” by Future. This interpretation is also supported by the fact that Fab sends some shots towards Drake on the next few lines.

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You keep your gun every day, I got my G.E.D B.E.T by Fabolous (Ft. Jadakiss & Styles P) 1

A great dual meaning on a record full of them — Fab both praises knowledge over mere muscle, and uses “G.E.D.” as an acronym for “gun every day”

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That too legit to quit shit, this bitch just go hammer Got That Work by Fabolous

A reference to the album called ‘’Too Legit To Quit from MC Hammer

She gets straight to the point and gives a great sexual performance, no ifs, ands or buts about it

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Silver emblem two black R's Black City by Fabolous

He’s talking about the Rolls Royce emblem.

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Just like the late Bigga say
More money, more problems
Spend It by Fabolous (Ft. Trey Songz)

Fab here references one of The Notorious B.I.G.’s best-known songs, Mo' Money, Mo' Problems

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February 13th, 2013

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I'm ridin round to my city, emphasis on my city Spend It by Fabolous (Ft. Trey Songz)

This line also appears on this album’s “Lord Knows”

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They business minded, but they in the wrong line of biz
Cause they busy minding mine instead of minding theirs
She Did It by Fabolous

Haters spend too much energy on hating on others grind instead of focusing on their own. If they used the same energy they use to hate on others and used it to focus on their own business instead, they might make some progress in their business.

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