Kid Sensation is one of Mix’s weed carriers—his ‘Seatown Funk’ is the kind of warmed-over post-Chronic cash-in that a lot of people were releasing in 1995
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As he observed in the previous verse, the cop can tell that Chamillionaire’s lying
Possibly because his biggest hit is about how he hates cops and drives around with his radio blasting and a gun in the car
BS is also the initials of the great Biggie Smalls
‘Indian giver’ is a racist expression that refers to a person who gives someone something, then wants it back
You know, like when the Indians gave us North America
A clever reference to one of Jay’s most famous lines, made famous by Nas for his misinterpretation on the classic diss song “Ether”
Coincides with 2 lines before, when J. Cole calls himself Jesus. In this cosmology, Jay is Jehovah, God-the-father, and JC is—wait for it—JC.
Back in 1997, Andre and Erykah Badu were an item. Her Live album was recorded when she was pregnant with their son, Seven Sirius
The single ‘Tyrone’, from that album, is about a trifling, no-good man
But not Andre (not Tyrone, either—he’s one of the antagonist’s buddies)
And do not call him “boy.” Andre is letting you know in a subtle way not to be disrespectful.
Trenchtown is a neighborhood in Kingston, Jamaica. Contrary to popular belief, it is not named for the open-air sewer that runs through the middle of it
Bob Marley grew up in a Trenchtown housing project—just like a rapper!
‘How dare you criticize me? You’re drunk!’
Drizzy is not familiar with the ad hominem fallacy
King Tee’s biggest hit was probably ‘Act a Fool’
One way to stress something is to say it twice
He means 12 AM, I think, or he’s a fan of crazy brunch parties