You thought he was lying when he called himself Skateboard P?
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Check out the annotations original version that has French Montana instead of Big Sean on the 3rd verse, right here!
Referring to Gil Scott-Heron’s poem, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” Raz makes a connection with a theme of revolt — overcoming oppression.
Instead of the revolution not being televised at all, Raz prefers that it is, after it happens, passed along for his descendants to see.
The portion after the beautiful, distinct waves is “Freq”, a hidden track. Check out the song here!
A reference to MC Hammer’s “2 Legit 2 Quit.”
Big Sean’s verse that was left off of this song can be found here
I just talked to Jesus
Sean is both sanctified and signed to Ye’s label, G.O.O.D. Music, so it makes sense that he’d be on the phone with Jesus and God at the same time.
Good thing he’s sanctified or Jesus might have tweeted him this instead of answering his call:
These parts are the same as the original version. Check out the annotations here!
Since fourteen holdin', Pusha T was chosen
Essentially, Pusha T didn’t choose the kingpin life — it chose him.
Scalp the coupe like a tomahawk
Why would Pusha ride with a roof when he can ride without one, making sure everybody can see him?