When he was born, the doctors cut his umbilical cord and ever since then, he’s been rappin'.
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Prince Ea is home working on rhymes and when he does he shows you what diligence, or a constant effort to accomplish something looks like.
We can’t hang out, or kick it because you have foot problems.
Keyshia Cole is an R&B singer who also had a reality show, her mother Frankie Lons is pictured here.
Look at a lot of hip-hop now and it’s simply bass banging beats over sub-par lyrics. Lyrical rap on slow beats are barely listened to by most people.
When GZA says that style “deter-iate, rapidly”, I’m pretty sure he means that club-bangers don’t age well but lyrical rap does.
You think he’s talking about us? Nah…
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He’s referencing the movie The Fifth Element which starred Chris Tucker. His character was a character.
Ladies who are after money will see that he’s “blingin'” and be after him.
He’s referencing two famous jewelry stores/designers.
Tiffany & Co.
Jacob & Co
This references Common’s song “Go!” off his sixth album, “Be”