We doing what we want, no explaining yeah Lord Knows Freestyle by Emilio Rojas

No excuses or explanations need to be given for what Emilio wants to do because he simply can do what he wants because he can.

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I seen enough, I could live your life in a week Lord Knows Freestyle by Emilio Rojas

The amount of things Emilio has experienced in his life is incomparable to the average joe. Rojas brags that if he were to compare experiences, he could live their entire monotonous life in a single week’s time. Very bold!

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Welcome to the belly of the beast man Belly Of The Beast by Quakers (Ft. Emilio Rojas)

The Belly of the Beast Emilio refers to throughout the song is the unfair and unjust law enforcement, court and prison systems set in place. The name of the song is a possible reference to the book of the same name by Jack Henry Abott that contained Abott’s letters to Norman Mailer about his experiences in the brutal and unforgiving confined space of jail as a prisoner.

The belly of the beast also can refer to being in the middle of a very bad situation or dangerous place which can also apply to the song’s theme. Emilio’s growing up in Rochester was tough with how dangerous it was there and the high crime rates asked for numerous cops to be stationed in the city. It could be possible that the cops there also did what was unethical or unjust to cleanse the city of criminals, only to become the criminals themselves.

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A lot of promises were never kept, yeah Belly Of The Beast by Quakers (Ft. Emilio Rojas)

Basically stating his issue more clearly, Emilio is upset and/or angered at how many promises were made by politicians of trying to do good for the nation but never keeping them, making his trust for the nation’s government very slim at best.

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Nation, where the fuck is the change Mister Obama? Belly Of The Beast by Quakers (Ft. Emilio Rojas)

This line criticizes the 44th president of the United States Barack Hussein Obama II. During his campaign for presidency against Republican John McCain, Obama vowed to make changes against the outdated and unfair values of America and these promises led to support for him and raised enough votes for his presidency. However, Obama’s terms as president were swamped with mixing mistakes made by the president before him, George W. Bush.

Emilio knows that change is needed for the minorities to feel safe, comfortable and equal in the nation but Obama hasn’t provided anything that makes him feel good, knowing that those who do wrong within the country are not paying for their crimes.

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Police cars swarming the block, ready to harm us Belly Of The Beast by Quakers (Ft. Emilio Rojas)

Connecting to the previous line, with the call for assistance for the downed officer, the police force came in hot with an army of squad cars. Even though the officer was hurt by one individual, the entire group or neighborhood will be punished for one man’s actions. This abuse is what Emilio is trying to highlight as the police force is somewhat of a localized army with their manpower and artillery, being able to easily dispose of helpless and innocent citizens.

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They screaming officer down, I scream karma Belly Of The Beast by Quakers (Ft. Emilio Rojas)

Emilio starts off the track with a very antagonizing line, speaking of how a police officer had been injured in the line of duty and he equates it to karma coming back for the lawman. Karma is the force generated by a person’s actions to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical consequences to determine the nature/status of the person’s next existence.

In his song Middle Finger, Rojas speaks on how police officers abuse their power for selfish reasons while being able to get away with it or suffering minimal punishment. While officers do this, innocent citizens are sent to jail or even killed because of what these officers do. It’s basically an eye for an eye, making the whole world go blind but as Rojas raps in Middle Finger:

Protect and serve is not the way that they living
They only serving themselves, protecting personal interests

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A lot of fuckery has gotten ugly so I wait
For all them dummies to get the fuck out of my way
Fear Freestyle by Emilio Rojas

A lot of things have turned out into some horrendous results as of late so Emilio patiently bides his time for the right time for his competition to let him shine and move them out his path.

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She gotta fuck me, the bride of Chucky is Child's Play Fear Freestyle by Emilio Rojas

Child’s Play was a series of films that revolved around the murdering psychopathic serial killer Charles Lee Ray whose soul was transferred into that of a doll known as Chucky. In the Bride of Chucky, Ray’s former lover is killed by Chucky and has her soul transferred into a doll similar to Ray.

Emilio believes that women should fuck him because they are child’s play to him or easy to manipulate such like a naive child. Nice wordplay from Rojas here.

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She wanna role play, that's why she coming my way
She can be LeBron's mom and I'mma be Delonte
Fear Freestyle by Emilio Rojas

Roleplaying is often used in sexual acts to spice things up in the bedroom, having the two partners assume roles and acting them to live out a sexual fantasy, hoping for a more pleasurable sexual experience.

During his time with the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, LeBron James' mother Gloria was rumored to be having an affair with Cavalier teammate Delonte West during the 2010 NBA playoffs. This was also listed as a reason for LeBron’s departure to the Miami Heat but West squashed the rumor.

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