this is referring to rappers with dead careers.
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Talking bout people who do things like get tattoos to hide how they really feel about themselves while a lot of them are fake Urban Dictionary — fake people
oh gucci… smh sigh
He likes girls but can’t have the distraction on his road to success
Speaking bout the communion taken by Christians which symbolizes rebirth in Christ but using it to symbolize rebirth of hip hop
Sample from Gotye’s 2012 song Eye’s Wide Open from his 2011 album Making Mirrors
(sample at 8 seconds)http://youtu.be/oyVJsg0XIIk?t=8s
This hook contains elements from “Get Me to the Church on Time”, from the 1956 musical My Fair Lady, written by Alan Jay Lerner, and composed by Frederick Loewe.
from the original, the lines:
I’m getting married in the morning!
were replaced by:
I’m getting this nigga in the morning
Eerily similar to J.Cole’s bar in Kanye West’s Looking for Trouble:
They say you are what you eat, and I still ain’t pussy
Also similar to Crooked I’s last line on his verse on “Microphone” where he raps “If you are what you eat, how come I’m not pussy?”
Ross shitting on his haters: while those fuckbois are struggling to eat, Ross lives lavishly on first class flights.
Could also reference to the 2006 Action Thriller Feature Film, Snakes On A Plane.
Rozay had a college girl who was hard for cash. She asked if she could help him sell drugs to get money, he talked her out of it.
Ross doesn’t trust her enough to be able to move his drugs
Accomplishing things you can do with the money after the key has been flipped