Instead of saying “Ready! Set Go!” he says “Ready, Set, Let’s Go!”, because the name of this track is “Let’s Go”.
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“Luda” is saying, “Once I’m on your record, it’ll be a lot better, because I can make hits, other rappers just make claims.
“T” is for Twista!
He’s saying “Once I’m on your track it’s a lot better!”.
Kinda of like Ludacris…
And Twista, Lil Jon & Yelawolf…
However, Busta was originally the only one on this track. He and Travis talked back and forth for months, and Travis made beats to send to Busta before anyone else was added to the track.
Another reference to Travis' band.
This is reference to the Andy Griffith show, which has a character named Barney Fife, who is a deputy sheriff, and a character named Opie.
Yelawolf has more lyrics (bars) than the bars on the doors of all the jail cells in Barney’s jail in the show.
Twista often spits to the rhythm of a piano, in songs like “Wetter”.
Yela will scramble you likes eggs
Busta’s making guitar noises
The name of Travis' new album
Man, can a drummer get some?