When Cyclone spits, it sounds like legendary boxer Jack Dempsey hitting speed bags.
This rhymes sounds a bit like Lupe Fiasco’s from SLR
Or Mayweather on the speed bags
Semi-auto keeps the same rhythm he had
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This hook draws a parallel between rappers and fighters.
When Cyclone wins, it’s convincingly. Either all the judges agree that he won, or he knocks the other guy out.
A reference to another great fighter, former professional boxer Mike Tyson
Cyclone lets us know that he’s down to scrap (well…. “rap scrap”), anytime. And he knows he can win.
In these lines, Cyclone reveals that the “fighting” he’s talking about, isn’t actual fighting, but rather “battle rapping”
Cyclone continues the needle metaphor, and illustrates how that “sting” helps him win every fight
A slight variation of the famous Muhammad Ali quote
Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee
“Throw the hands” being slang for punching, Cyclone paints the picture of the fight taking place in a rink, saying he fights the opponent back into the ropes. This shows that he’s winning the fight
A reference to the mixed martial artist Randy Couture