My jewellery sick, I got a disease on my wrist Clash of the Titans by V-Stylez (Ft. Elzhi, Phat Kat, Rapper Big Pooh & Royce Da 5'9")

This is Double Entendre

His jewellery is sick (good, cool) but, ‘I got a disease on my wrist’ is taking the meaning of ‘sick’ literally (afflicted with ill health or disease; ailing)

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[Biggie] Just a Memory by The Notorious B.I.G. (Ft. Clipse)

This verse was originally used in ‘You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)’ on Biggie’s second album Life After Death

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Heavy desire hold this 9' ready to fire, you know me show me the money like I'm Jerry McGuire, it's on.. Everyday Thing by Nas (Ft. Dr. Dre & Nature)

‘Show me the money’ is a well-known phrase uttered by the titular character in the 1996 movie Jerry Maguire who was played by Tom Cruise.

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Y’all ain’t got bars like serviceless phones, yet you think you can bust Drum Murder by Crooked I (Ft. Horseshoe G.A.N.G)

When cell phones have no reception the blue bars on the screen disappear

Also this line starts the phone reference that continues for the next few bars

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Don’t get it twisted like phone cords tangling up
I’m off the hook nigga, and I’m far from hangin’ it up
They shake like cellies on vibrate when shit’s ringing
Drum Murder by Crooked I (Ft. Horseshoe G.A.N.G)

‘Don’t get it twisted like phone cords tangling up’ he means don’t get it wrong, don’t get confused about it. It’s also a double entendre taking ‘get it twisted’ literally, if the phone cords were tangled up they would be ‘twisted’

Also the next two lines continue the phone reference.

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Why they sent a Bad Boy to play a grown man's game Homeboyz by 2Pac (Ft. Outlawz)

‘Pac is Taking a shot Bad Boy Records (mainly Biggie and Puffy) who he was beefing with at the time.

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Your last words'll be, damn, what's all these red dots? N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished) by 2Pac (Ft. Jadakiss)

Some guns have a laser sight attached to the barrel for accuracy. When you see a red dot it means that, that is where the gun is pointed. So if you see red dots on you, you know what happens next

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Niggas is like photographers, all they take is headshots N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished) by 2Pac (Ft. Jadakiss)

A head shot is a photographic technique where the focus of the photograph is a person’s face. Jada is using wordplay here comparing the gangsters he rolls with to photographers because when they shoot at someone they shoot for the head. Also known as a ‘headshot’

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My dimes make the fiends go to sleep, so they call 'em Bedrocks N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished) by 2Pac (Ft. Jadakiss)

The dimebags Jada sells contain crack Cocaine ‘crack rocks.’ he calls them bedrocks because they make the crack fiends fall asleep.

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September 13th, 2013

This is also a play on words about the home town of the Flintstones, Bedrock.

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Lot of people honor you, probably cause the way
That you used to bring the drama to, whoever you wanted to
You a leader when you can get a leader to follow you
But, anyway, life goes on
N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished) by 2Pac (Ft. Jadakiss)

In these four bars he is talking about 2pac. The last line is a reference to 2pac’s song Life Goes On from his 1996 album All Eyez On Me

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