I’m up here for my brothers in the building with the keys of coke
Watchin’ out for cops, squad cars, and Beemers
Cause the po-lice could swoop in on us at anytime,
Gangster Disciple, Chicago by Nate Levin

Often in gang-ridden areas, drugs are sold as a primary source of income. Dependence on the selling of drugs is large in very poor communities.
This line also references Ma$e on the song American Dream

Note the alliteration (Repetitive “K” and “B” sounds):

I’m up here for my brothers in the building with the keys of coke
Watchin’ out for cops, squad cars, and Beemers

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So why am I up in Robert Taylor? For the Hell of it? Gangster Disciple, Chicago by Nate Levin

The Robert Taylor Homes are a large project in Chicago

Also note the use of mosiac rhyme, where multiple syllables match up in the rhyme scheme:

G.D., stands for Growth and Development
So why am I up in Robert Taylor? For the Hell of it?

el/ell
Op/of (Common “O” sound)
ent/it

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G.D., stands for Growth and Development Gangster Disciple, Chicago by Nate Levin

The letters G.D. actually stand for the Gangster Disciples, a large gang in west-side Chicago.

Historically, the gangs head, Larry Hoover, changed the name of the gang in order to promote a positive image. It turned out to be a cover in which the gang laundered money

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November 20th, 2013

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Like Eric B. and Rakim, I ain’t no joke Gangster Disciple, Chicago by Nate Levin

I Ain’t No Joke is a famous song by the famous duo of Eric B. and Rakim.

The meaning behind this simply plays off the title of the track, by saying that (I) am to be taken seriously, because I am in a high-rise with a sniper.

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Gave her the shocker, lots of joules The BS 400 Follower Super Shoutout #FF Cryptic Name Drop Song by Stick Up Kids 46

HOMOPHONE RHYME ALERT

Jewels/Joules

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June 16th, 1971
Mama gave birth to a hell-raisin' heavenly son
Cradle to the Grave by Thug Life (Ft. 2Pac, Big Syke, Macadoshis, Mopreme & Rated R)

June 16th, 1971 is 2Pac’s date of birth

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This is about who got it and who ain’t got it Slumerican Shitizen by Yelawolf (Ft. Killer Mike)

Mike is taking lessons from 2Pac…

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Eminem said nigga Be A Nigger Too by Nas

In high school, Eminem dated a black girl who ended up breaking up with him (this is further elaborated upon in Yellow Brick Road). The Source released some underground tapes of Eminem saying nigger. It was controversial, but he was quickly forgiven.

Nas embraces that Eminem said nigga

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Adam Russello
March 19th, 2014

Eminem — Biterphobia

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If Eric Clapton could sing about cocaine Radio by Yelawolf

Eric Clapton is a famous musician. One of his biggest songs is a song called Cocaine

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAUobrjo9-k

Rap has often been protested for its themes, such as drugs and alcohol. If Eric Clapton can sing about it and not get protested, why not Yela?

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Let 'em harmonize like Bone Radio by Yelawolf

Bone Thugz-N-Harmony is a group famous for harmonizing (singing) during their raps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MKoU5LiAIE

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