Like General Monkmonk orders to chop necks Apostle's Warning by Mobb Deep

Elijah Muhammad taught that some of Yacub’s people (whites) made their way to Mecca and lived there for several months before they were cast 2200 miles out to what is now Europe. General Monk Monk ordered his army to remain in Asia Minor and behead any white that tried to return.

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That's why I don't rhyme for the sake of riddling
False media, we don't need it do we?
False Media by The Roots (Ft. Wadud Ahmad)

These lines are lifted from Don’t Believe the Hype by Public Enemy, a song that railed against the group’s portrayal by corporate media.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LK8sxngSWaU

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Tyga got stripes, mother fucking Bengal Toot It and Boot It by Tyga

Tyga has stripes, or has made a name for himself. Metaphor: stripes, bengal. Tyga, tiger or bengal.

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Make a man turn on his own team like an Irish defender Game Over by Tinchy Stryder (Ft. Chip, Devlin, Example, Giggs, Professor Green & Tinie Tempah)

A football reference, to at least two seperate players by the looks of things. Irish defender Richard Dunne holds the record for most own goals in the Premier League. As well as this, defensive midfielder Roy Keane famously walked out on the Irish team during the 2002 world cup

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She made songs about Zion and trying to be faithful Ms. Hill by Talib Kweli

Zion is the name of Lauryn’s first child. The touching (some might say mawkish) song To Zion on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is dedicated to him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktgHNJ4RmIY

The beautiful (some might say cloying) chorus of “To Zion” was parodied by MC Paul Barman in The Joy of Your World.

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Ruler Zig-Zag-Zig Allah Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber by Wu-Tang Clan

The Supreme Alphabet acronym for RZA.

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I started throwin' bass, she started throwin' back mid-range Just a Friend by Biz Markie

This is a poetic way to say they’re chatting back and forth. Biz’s voice is low and deep (bass) while the girl’s voice is mid-ranged.

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Disappear, vamoose, you're wack to me Flava In Ya Ear (Remix) by Craig Mack (Ft. Busta Rhymes, Diddy, LL Cool J, The Notorious B.I.G. & Rampage)

Vamoose is a slang term meaning to leave in a hurry, from the Spanish Vamos meaning let’s go.

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To Pappy, niggas see the cat Street Dreams by Nas

Howard “Pappy” Mason, another 80’s drug trafficker from Queens. Partner of Fat Cat.

Nas mentions Pappy a lot (see for example The World Is Yours and Get Down).

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Headed for Delaware with one change of gear Street Dreams by Nas

Gear as in clothes. He has one change of clothes.

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