Ah yes, this one.
I’m going to go on a limb, and say that the Reckoning, Judgement Day, is the end of one world and the beginning of another, a supreme Afterlife.
What Akala means is that his presence in Hip hop is the end of a lacklustre era, and the beginning of a Renaissance
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He did go eventually though
Saying he is the supreme one, and his imitators cannot reach him because they can’t surpass basic levels
The idea that commercial hip hop is a new form of racist entertainment is something that has become much prominent nowadays, even earning its own video
Why he puts avoiding police separate from ‘finding peace’ is weird. Can be suggesting that he’s realised he’ll be a criminal for all his life, which is a bit of a downer
…Not as much as Downing though, eh, EH — Ah I’ll just leave you to it
It’s actually quite sunny sometimes over here, it just makes this so much worse (and obvious)
Nice wordplay with be easy/ware
With 7 million people, London has proved itself an opportune place and business hub. That being said businessmen are selfish. Awkward……
Anyway, ‘hot round here’ is open to interpretation — hot with cops, competition, arms you pick
Criminals = ‘by any means necessary’ earners
They have no time to be wasted, so would you kindly…
Great sense of irony here: on this corner there’s drugs and pussy
Only money could ruin something that beautiful
Women will fuck up your life (with their boob-shaped boobs)
But this is the UK we’re talking about: they won’t be some cute girl who turns Medusa-bitch in the morning. They’ll just generally look like this