For Greece and Rome who bravely stood
Three hundred men and three men
A Nation Once Again by Wolfe Tones

This is a reference to the Battle of Thermopylae where 300 spartans defended a small path that led behind the Greek lines from the invading Persian army.

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Our fetters rent in twain A Nation Once Again by Wolfe Tones

In modern English, this phrase translates to “Our chains ripped in two”. This is referring to the British occupation of Ireland for about 700 years.

The chains referenced here speaks of the lack of ability to legally practice Irish cultural deeds or to govern their own country.

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But in the mind I'm not right like left Back To Tha Flow by Horseshoe G.A.N.G

Play on the double meaning of right: to be correct, and the opposite of left.

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Oh, a stand-up guy like Mike Epps Back To Tha Flow by Horseshoe G.A.N.G

A stand up guy means some one who is loyal and reliable.

Mike Epps is a stand-up comedian.

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Brawl styles I work the beat like a cop, bitch Team COB by Crooked I (Ft. Horseshoe G.A.N.G & Iceman)

A beat is the area that a police officer patrols.
To brawl means to fight,
And to beat means to hit someone or something several times.
He’s using some wordplay here with the different meanings of ‘beat’.

He’s also linking back to the end of Kenny’s verse.

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Give you the holy ghost I see shots to your phantom Team COB by Crooked I (Ft. Horseshoe G.A.N.G & Iceman)

Shots to your phantom means he’s going to riddle your car with bullets.

There’s also some wordplay here, holy ghost referring to god and the ghost/phantom wordplay.

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This a televised revolution, a cause active Real Detroit by The Left (Ft. Marv Won)

This is a reference to Gil Scott-Heron’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

The song’s title was originally a popular slogan among the 1960s Black Power movements.

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I cause chaos when I'm backed by the maestro Real Detroit by The Left (Ft. Marv Won)

“the maestro” being Apollo Brown. He’s saying that he causes chaos when he’s spitting on an Apollo beat.

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My nigga, that shit cray Bad Guy by Horseshoe G.A.N.G

This is referencing the line from Kanye and Jay-Z’s Niggas in Paris, a huge single(with a seizure-tastic video) that spawned an equally huge meme line.

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I'm Ali and Tyson in fighting Bad Guy by Horseshoe G.A.N.G

Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson are two of the greatest boxers that ever lived. Kenny says he fights like them so you better watch yourself.

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