His rapping skills are so polished that he doesn’t need help from a maid
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It’s true: Cyclone is only 14
The Pac-10 (now Pac-12) football conference was a powerhouse when Andrew Luck led the Stanford Cardinals and the Oregon Ducks powered their way to a Rose Bowl victory
Cyclone references a popular phrase (not that horrid Lady Gaga song) to show that he makes big moves in the game, trying to succeed, without giving his next move away
A reference to Kanye West & Jay-Z’s hit single from “Watch the Throne”, “N-ggas In Paris”
Cyclone continues the Reggie Miller reference, as Reggie was certainly a man who balled hard
When you “set the pace” for a race, you are in the lead.
Cyclone says he is setting the pace for the race in the rap game, while making a reference to probably the best Indiana Pacer in history, Reggie Miller
Reggie was one of the best three-point shooters in NBA history, so he could certainly “pop a J in your face”
Cyclone’s rhymes are so smart that you don’t understand them; so, like when you don’t understand something in school, you need a some extra teaching to help you understand
A play on the common phrase “benchwarmer”, which refers to somebody who doesn’t play much in sports because he’s not good.
Cyclone is certainly not a benchwarmer in the rap “game”
A play on the shoe store “Finish Line”, with Cyclone saying he’ll work hard until the end
Two things that generally represent high status: