These transactions explain a man's actions It's OK by Eminem (Ft. Eye-Kyu)

Another echoing of the phrase “money (transactions) is the root of all evil (man’s actions)”

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So diss me, and don't diss my Daddy
Cuz who was there when no one wasn't? Just my Daddy
Who was there when I needed money? Just my Daddy
So who be there when I see the money? Just my Daddy
Who said that I'd be the one? Just my Daddy
We Takin' Over (Remix) by Lil Wayne

Birdman took Lil Wayne under his wing (no pun intended) at a young age and believed in him from the very beginning, supporting him when times were tough; to repay him, Lil Wayne is now sharing his wealth with his father (wealth that he wouldn’t have gained were it not for Birdman in the first place)

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Father of
This rap thang
A Milli (Mixtape Version) by Lil Wayne (Ft. Cory Gunz)

Weezy would have to be a time traveler; commercial hip hop began in 1979, Weezy was born in 1982!

(He must mean that he’s the father of modern/Southern rap…)

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Hello Hip-Hop, I'm home; it's your Daddy We Takin' Over (Remix) by Lil Wayne

Weezy has previously referred to himself as the father of rap (even though he was born in 1982, and his first hip hop single was released in 1979)

Wayne may not have fathered hip hop, but he certainly fathered a style of his own which he and his Young Money crew continue to thrive off of. He’s saying hip hop was waiting for someone like him the way a young boy waits for his father to get home — with excitement.

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Big light, green buds, is what I burn Don't Stop Won't Stop by Lil Wayne (Ft. Nicki Minaj)

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The spot got hot, scene felt like curry Atlanta on Fire by Stat Quo (Ft. Eminem)

Curry is a hot, spicy Indian dish

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Hard as finding retarded kids at Harvard AssMilk by Tyler The Creator (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt)

Harvard University, the top college in the entire United States, only takes in extremely intelligent people. Earl is saying that his crew is as “hard” (meaning tough, as well as difficult) as trying to find retarded kids there

This could also be a reference to the Los Angeles school, Harvard-Westlake, which some of Odd Future’s friends attend.

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Silly hoes lick my balls like FIFA lollipops AssMilk by Tyler The Creator (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt)

FIFA is the international soccer association; soccer is a sport that teaches girls to enjoy playing with balls from a young age…

He is also referring to the videogame FIFA. There’s a certain trick you can do in some versions to pop the ball into the air and essentially pass it to yourself. This is called a lollipop. The soccer ball is close to your balls when you flick it up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBROrhCaCjg

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Except for when I'm feeding on the flesh of a pedestrian AssMilk by Tyler The Creator (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt)

Cannibalism doesn’t bother Earl; rather, eating after someone else has already touched it does

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Sick, spit a pandemic, AssMilk by Tyler The Creator (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt)

A pandemic is a worldwide epidemic (cf. the Black Plague, HIV/AIDS). Earl is that sick (good at rap)

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