I'm ready for the showdown, that go down at one Bad Guys Always Die by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem)

him and shady are gunna shoot at 1 p.m.

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{*BANG BANG, BANG*} Bad Guys Always Die by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem)

obviously gunshots have been fired

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Pistol clip and pistol
That's all I rap abouts
My dick, my pistol clip and pistol
Pistol clip and pistol
Pistol clip and pistol
Thats all I rap about bitch
Beamer, Benz, or Bentley by Slaughterhouse

royce da 59 usually like to rap about his pistols and his dick, so the more u say stop with that shit, he will keep on writing bout that shit.

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Nissan, Honda, Chevy
Nissan, Honda, Chevy
Nissan, Honda, Chevy
Beamer, Benz, or Bentley by Slaughterhouse

instead of beamer, benz, or bentley`s. joell prefers to ride around in some lower class cars than that.

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November 2nd, 2012

Perhaps so as not to attract the attention of 5-0 to himself and his stash

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Yea, windows washed, looking like a glass house Box Chevy V by Yelawolf

Obviously Yela just washed the windows of his Chevy but he could also be referencing Slaughterhouse’s next album which is rumored to be called Glass House.

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Dual clips that wrap around, gather every rapper 'round Lost Control (Freestyle) by Joe Budden

An execution is about to the rap game according to Joey

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August 28th, 2013

Dual clips that wrap around:

Dual drum mag.

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This is lightweight, put the bucks up
Cause if we talking bars lot of y'all should shut the fuck up
This is lightweight, put the bucks up
If we talking bars lot of y'all should shut the fuck up
Lost Control (Freestyle) by Joe Budden

This is Joey going easy on this beat, but if you want to be serious about this shit, 90% of rappers shouldn’t even try to contest with Joe Budden.

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It’s F.Y.I, if ya ain't knowing Symphony in H by Tony Touch (Ft. Eminem)

If you didn’t know that his heart was cold, well, now you know.
(F.Y.I = For Your Information)

Very similar to the famous Biggie line.

Also notice the technical nuances in this line:

If you break down the sounds and listen to his pronunciation, “If ya ain’t” carries the rhythm of “F.Y.I” until the “I”, which is replaced by “knowing”. Thus this serves as a great transition line for the next rhyme scheme, where “knowing” becomes the dominant rhyme:

It’s F.Y.I, if ya ain’t knowing
What, go with you? Where? Nah, ain’t going.
Oh wait, you wanna date? Oh, well in that case ho, it’s June 8th, oh! and
Kinda like Beethoven composin' a symphony of hate
So much hate woven into these raps

Bear in mind that a lot of the words highlighted don’t rhyme by themselves, but Em manipulates their sound to make them rhyme. This is a characteristic feature of Eminem, and he’s talked about it in this interview:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kQBVneC30o

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Mine the only genre that don't seem to applaud consistency House Gang by Slaughterhouse

Nowadays hip-hop is seen as, as long as the song has a catchy hook and some sort of techno beat behind it, its good. Doesn’t matter who the artist is.

Here’s a solid example:

It isn’t about the song being “quality” or not, hip-hop fans are notoriously fickle; more-so than fans of other genres. A rapper who’s “hot” or has a buzz one year, can vanish the next year. You don’t see many successful rappers with longevity like a Jay-Z. ALSO rap fans often times complain when a rapper does the same thing over and over. People used to complain about Papoose being too one dimensional and couldn’t make a song for the radio. It doesn’t matter how good the music is, if it doesn’t fit what’s currently hot, it’s disregarded by the mainstream public.

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No you can't block it, I pick and roll off him Familiar by Classified (Ft. DJ IV & Mike Boyd)

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