Just like Gothman calls for Batman when in need of help, the studio calls for Mac when it needs to have someone spit something real in it.
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Mac and Bun both end their verse with a line from the hook to transition into the chorus. Smoooooth, huh?
It means more to them than the money and fame.
If you claim to be doing something, you better be actually doing it. ‘Cuz being fake ain’t acceptable.
The fact that haters start to hate as soon as they see him is threatening to make him lose his southern manners he learned from his upbringing in Texas….
If you wanna get the money, you gotta grind, have the ability, knowledge, stamina, and agility…. And obviously Bun has all the ingredients!
I guess DJ Khaled and DJ Drama are rotten apples…
A rhetorical question first posed by Egyptian Lover
Some clever wordplay here: Mac says he has his feet in the rap game, and when you stand on one place on a golf course for too long, you leave a divot. So Mac left his mark on rap by sticking with it
If someone shows a hater some love, maybe he’ll see the brighter side of life….
As he said in the chorus, Mac is making the music to try and change the world.
If you can’t spit, but claim to, you WILL get smacked!