I got the bomb, call me Tom Brady Rock N Roll by Raekwon (Ft. Ghostface Killah, Jim Jones & Kobe)

The “bomb” Ghost is referring to could be his great lyrics, his high quality drugs that he sells, or maybe even a literal bomb!

A “bomb” in football terms is a long-yardage pass, which New England quarterback Tom Brady is known for throwing.

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Move like a running back, 21 Tomlinson Rock N Roll by Raekwon (Ft. Ghostface Killah, Jim Jones & Kobe)

Reference to former NFL runningback LaDainian Tomlinson, who wore number 21 and spent most of his career with the San Diego Chargers. He has the 5th most career rushing yards and the 2nd most rushing touchdowns of all time.

Ghost is saying he moves drugs like LT moves on the field, and continues his pro football references from the previous line

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If I worked in a restaurant, I'd shit in the food and feed it to you Dangerous MC's by The Notorious B.I.G. (Ft. Busta Rhymes, Mark Curry & Snoop Dogg)

Thankfully, Busta Rhymes has no reported history of ever working at a restaurant…

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I have the savoir-faire Get Up by 50 Cent

“Savoir faire” is a French phrase which means knowing what to do in any situation.

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October 14th, 2013

Since 50 is from south side and according to some other lyrics around the web i guess he says : “ I have the south warfare.”

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January 1st, 2013

I think it is “I have the self warfare”

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Some go low to get high You May Die (Intro) by Outkast

Many people are willing to do immoral things in order to reach the top and bring themselves happiness. Whether it be lying and cheating to climb the ladder in your workplace or trading sexual favors in order to buy drugs and get high, most people are willing to sacrifice their integrity for happiness.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Vpin9VhNck

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And it isn't that we just think that we can't be touched
It's not like we're just feeling ourselves that much
It's just, that if someone ever does put us in the clutch
We just know that y'all ain't gon be the one who's gon do it
Cause first of all you're pussy and everybody can see that
9-1-1 by Eminem (Ft. B-Real)

Eminem isn’t stupid, he knows that he isn’t invincible. The reason he’s so confident and unafraid is because his rivals, the only people who would try to harm him, are too scared to do anything

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Tweezy, 9-1-1 by Eminem (Ft. B-Real)

A play on the name of Em’s group, D12

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TEC's jam like Heavy D Emeralds by Roc Marciano 1

TEC-9’s are well known to jam while firing.
Heavy D was also featured in the Michael Jackson song “Jam”

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[Intro]
Yeah, yeah, you know how me and 'Ye do
Real People by Common

This song, like all but two of the songs on Common’s Be album, is produced by Kanye West.

(The other two songs, “Love Is” and “It’s Your World (Pt. 1 & 2)”, are produced by J Dilla.)

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Explored the world to return to where my soul begun Be (Intro) by Common

Common could go on a world tour then return to Chicago, the place of his creation and “where his soul began.”

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