You wanna burn in the fire come and try homie I Feel Good by Jay Electronica

Jay welcomes his opposers to battle him, but cautions that they’re probably going to get burnt fairly severely — or even go to Hell, since Jay’s fighting Jesus’s war

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We in the ville where they trill spittin fire homie I Feel Good by Jay Electronica

He’s from a place where all the rappers are ‘trill,’ meaning true and real, but they’re still talented. .

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It's dirty south til I die homie I Feel Good by Jay Electronica

Jay was raised in the Dirty South, and he reps it a lot in his songs.
He’s so passionate about it, that he’ll see himself as a southerner until the day he dies. .

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They want half, I only need ten for my per diem Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

The people selling him the guns want half of what he’s making in the gun trade, but Jay only actually needs $10 dollars to pay for his meals for the day.
This shows that Jay is unselfish, and grounded, even in the prospect of making alot of money. .

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You got guts runnin' through your veins Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

The only way Che’s opponents have ‘guts,’ meaning bravery, is if Che injures them so badly that the guts are running through their veins, hemorrhaging and mingling with their blood. .

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You ain't even seen him cleanin' guns in the back
Serial numbers, they key 'em
Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

This line transfers the end of the song into a talk about the underground arms trade.
This line is a description of the process of black-market trading, where one will take the guns to a clandestine location, clean them, scratch off the serial numbers, and then sell or buy them. .

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I can die as drops in the hurricane, the rain never touches 'em Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

He doesn’t mind if he dies quietly, like a drop of rain in a hurricane.
He doesn’t see himself as being more important than anyone else, and this is a sign of humility.

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Came a long way but fuck it homey we back again Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

This is an alteration of the common phrase “Came a long way."
Traditionally, it means that they’ve made large improvements in a facet of life, or an improvement, usually a testament to the progression of black rights.
However, in this usage, Che is saying that even though his race has came a long way, he’s not scared to be a thug if you cross him. .

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Red snapper, cook the fish Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

Red Snapper is a mexican fish, that can be both expensive and very difficult to find in non-south-american places.
The fact that he has some to cook is a sign of wealth and a status symbol. .

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Citizenship is British, Hagler by Jay Electronica (Ft. Che Grand)

Che was born in London, England, making him a British citizen.

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