He starts off by referring to a gold 7 Series BMW that apparently has a nice (aka crack) dashboard.
Even though it seems fairly simple at first look, his inclusion of Lamar Odom at the end of the couplet makes it insane, as Odom literally wears a gold #7.
Note: we know that it’s the outline that’s gold, but that still counts.
Continuing with the Odom reference, “car dash” is a homophone for “Kardash(ian.)” Odom and wife Khloe Kardashian have made multiple headlines recently, but really, who the fuck knows what’s going on in their relationship?
Last, but not least, Ortiz emphasizes on the dashboard by using the term “crack.” Why’d he pick this term? Because Odom is an alleged crackhead.
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“Mighty Healthy”, in turn, samples two of the same tracks that are sampled in “New God Flow”, Melvin Bliss' “Synthetic Substitution” and James Brown’s “Funky President.” These tracks are some of the most sampled tracks of ALL TIME.
Last, but not least, a sample of a 1959 recording of a Rev. G.I. Townsel sermon fragment is implemented at the very beginning of the song.
Check out the breakdown below, first “Bodas de Sangue”, then “Mighty Healthy”, and finally the sermon fragment.