A few niggas stay, a lot of niggas quit
And now I only listen to this hip-hop shit
A few niggas stay, a lot of niggas quit
Man fuck this shit
2 A Days Make You Stronger by Wale

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….

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Attitude that was not really felling 2 A Days Make You Stronger by Wale

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.

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Season opener, finna be there 2 A Days Make You Stronger by Wale

‘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.

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Come on, Bob, I thought you was better than that, dawg Where Are You (B.o.B vs. Bobby Ray) by B.o.B

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.

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And that champion's belt is what I keep Fighter by Cyclone

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

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Speaking to you like a foreigner, talking real slow Fighter by Cyclone

When you are speaking to a foreigner, who speaks English as their second language, you sometimes has to speak slowly so that they can understand.

Along those same lines, because Cyclone caused so much damage to his opponent, his trainer has to speak very slowly to him.

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Just because I will not lose
Ether flow, that's just how hard I go
Fighter by Cyclone

Cyclone beat his opponent as bad as Nas beat Jay-Z in the legendary diss song Ether which had a hook featuring a chant of “I…. will….. not….. lose”

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Got so many different looks y'all can't keep up Fighter by Cyclone

The way Cyclone changes his styles so quickly, the opposition gets lost

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My attack planned out perfect, how I'll do it
I'll make movements oh so fluid and so prudent
I'll have camera mans shooting
Make a movie bout me fighting here in my music that's how I do it
Fighter by Cyclone

Cyclone will make moves in rap so huge it will inspire a movie — Kinda like The Notorious B.I.G.

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Getting into it, sending verses so fast
It's like Jack Dempsey putting hurtings on bags
Fighter by Cyclone

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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