But my arms to short to box Average Type by The Narcicyst (Ft. Meryem Saci & Omar Offendum)

A reference to the Broadway musical Your Arms Too Short to Box with God

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On the grind like semolina, Average Type by The Narcicyst (Ft. Meryem Saci & Omar Offendum)

Semolina is the coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pasta, breakfast cereals, puddings, and couscous.

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Hobson Jobson Average Type by The Narcicyst (Ft. Meryem Saci & Omar Offendum)

The Narcicyst and Omar Offendum = Hobson Jobson

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Like Wall-E Average Type by The Narcicyst (Ft. Meryem Saci & Omar Offendum)

Wall-E had some short-ass arms.

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Before I turned Canadi, searched at Kennedy Average Type by The Narcicyst (Ft. Meryem Saci & Omar Offendum)

Narcy was searched at JFK International Airport before he became a Canadian citizen. “Canadi” is literally “Canadian” in Arabic.

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Henny'd up Let Nas Down (Remix) by J. Cole (Ft. Nas)

He’s drinks to handle the “military” like conditions of the projects.

Hennessy seems to be a popular choice for Nas. He has mentioned it several times, and recently, on January 15th, 2013, the company even sponsored him, declaring him their “Wild Rabbit icon” for 2013.

Here are some of the Henny references he’s made over the years:

We smoke three tokes nigga pour more Henny

Purple

Revenge in their eyes, Hennessy and the ganja

Hip hop is Dead

So I guzzle my Hennesey while pulling on mad blunts

Represent

Off the gin
Bloodshot Hennessy eyes
Infinity drives

Large Professor’s One Plus One

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[Intro]
Freedom or jail, clips inserted
A baby's being born same time a man is murdered
The beginning and end, as far as rap goes
It's only natural, I explain my plateau
And also what defines my name
Let Nas Down (Remix) by J. Cole (Ft. Nas)

The classic opening bars of “Nas is Like”

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Keep the sticker in the window 'case you wonder what it cost Numbers On The Boards by Pusha T 6

He leaves the price tag on the vehicle so people who see it can know how much he paid for it.

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(Mothafuckas can't rhyme no more, 'bout crime no more) Numbers On The Boards by Pusha T 6

Jay Z sample from “A Million and One Questions / Rhyme No More”

In the sample, Jay Z is stating that once rappers make it big, they leave the life of crime behind. They still rap as if they are a part of that life, but it’s no longer authentic because they aren’t involved with that world anymore. Jay thinks that once they’re upper class, they should leave behind the crime raps.

Pusha agrees.

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Bitches lovin' my drive, I never give it a break 5AM in Toronto by Drake

Triple entendre? Triple entendre.

  • Girls love Drake’s ambition, he never takes a break from his projects.

  • Girls love his sex drive, he never brakes as in stops during sex. “You with all those curves and me without no brakes, oooh.”

  • “Driving” as in driving a car, and never giving it a (BRAKE)

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