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In this simile, both of the people asking for something are desperate — but there’s no chance of it happening.
Why would Wale make a song with someone who hates on him?
“No” spelled backwards is “on”.
Moral of the story: use hate as your motivator
“me no” translates to “em on” reversed and is pronounced almost identical to ‘I’m on’
Even though this girl gives Meek “brain”, he never learns anything, because it’s not that kind of brain…
No one’s gonna be throwing stacks if the stacks are larger than the girl’s bra…..
Wale draws a comparison between the hip-hop game and this team that he quit: both of their states started to get worse, so many of the crucial players quit.
Later in the song, Folarin allows that he does still listen to some people in the rap game….
Wale quit the team, and he admits that is was because he had a bad attitude — he found out he wasn’t starting, then he just quit.
‘Le sets the time frame for his next line, revealing that, when he found out he wasn’t playing, he didn’t have anytime to fix it because the season was about to start.
When a rapper who most people consider “real” falls into the same mold most rappers do, their fans become disappointed.
The lines which surround this one show that B.o.B. has done just that: he used to make some truly real songs, like “Generation Lost”, and now he just makes the typical bragging rap songs.
It’s ironic that Bobby Ray would mention this, because a lot of his new album are, honestly, just bragging songs.
This slight variation to the hook ends the song on a champion’s note, with Cyclone obtaining what he was fighting for throughout the whole song