Rolling with them rock runners Shining by 1982

I hang out with drug traffickers. (rock = crack cocaine)

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Cause YOU are a BLABBERMOUTH Back to the Grill by MC Serch (Ft. Chubb Rock, Nas & Red Hot Lover Tone)

Refers to a famous scene from the sitcom The Honeymooners, where Ralph Kramden (Jackie Gleason) shouts this at his mother-in-law.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AHZmP15rs0

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God's the seamstress that tailor fitted my pain Patiently Waiting by 50 Cent (Ft. Eminem)

50 isn’t given anything he can’t handle. The reason God gave him so much is because he can handle it and still be successful. That’s how his pain fits him.

This line also contains an interesting and unusual use of a feminine noun to refer to God.

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I drop like Bausch & Lomb Soldier's Logic by Diabolic

I drop/eye-drop

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They call her Rocky cause her makeup is like a mask Hamster Wheel by Talib Kweli

Roy “Rocky” Dennis was a boy with a skull deformity who was the subject of the 1985 film Mask.
The woman in the song is trying to use makeup to cover the ugliness she feels inside.

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Popular with the ass of the Hottentot Hamster Wheel by Talib Kweli

Hottentot was the name given by the Europeans to the Khoi people of southern Africa. Khoi women were exhibited as freak show attractions in 19th-century Europe due to their generous posteriors.

The woman in question is described as being built like this.

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Take back the game, let the reaper rip apart
All the mainstream
Stomp the Beast (Monster Mix) by Spititout Inc (Ft. FellowMan, Konundrum, M.Langston, Quisdabeast, Remy St. Clair, R.U.N.T.215th & Tao the Rez)

Death to the industry!
Another reference to the logo of Spititout Inc

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Fairy tales
Half-baked, blowing smoke like they're David Chappelle
Stomp the Beast (Monster Mix) by Spititout Inc (Ft. FellowMan, Konundrum, M.Langston, Quisdabeast, Remy St. Clair, R.U.N.T.215th & Tao the Rez)

Mainstream rappers tell lies (blowing smoke), while propagating exaggerated fantasies (fairy tales).
“Half-baked” is a phrase that refers to a dumb, poorly thought-out idea, and also the title of a 1998 movie starring Dave Chappelle.

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Sickle ya Stomp the Beast (Monster Mix) by Spititout Inc (Ft. FellowMan, Konundrum, M.Langston, Quisdabeast, Remy St. Clair, R.U.N.T.215th & Tao the Rez)

Callback to the “reaper” reference two lines above—though technically the Reaper wields a scythe, not a sickle.

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The reaper's comin' Stomp the Beast (Monster Mix) by Spititout Inc (Ft. FellowMan, Konundrum, M.Langston, Quisdabeast, Remy St. Clair, R.U.N.T.215th & Tao the Rez)

One of Spititout Inc’s logos is a drawing of the Grim Reaper holding a microphone—it signifies death to homogenized corporate rap music.

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