Cops love firing at young black men and leave them in a pool of blood, just to drive home far far away from these ghettos.
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He’s still a great lyricist (and The Eminem Show is fantastic), but after his two major albums you’re used to hearing solid raps and greatness from Em; it’s difficult for him to impress anymore.
In the hood, guns are mandatory for safety.
This is a continuation of the previous line. Lupe is saying he is going to jump so far up into the sky and be high and mighty and full of himself. He quickly abandons this idea.
“Dush”; a very strange way to say “douche,” which is used to clean out the woman’s nether regions. It would get rid of said odor of mush.
Do the Bankhead Bounce!
[Atlanta and Diamond & D Roc in the house]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNsyJiF1b_4
He beefed with Biggie ‘who you think kick in the door was for'
That leads up to him saying hima nd pac was soldiers of the same struggle
This may be saying he and Biggie took over NYC rap scene together(though not actually together). Or that he was willing to beef with Biggie to gain his respect as best of NYC
In his book, The Way I Am, Em said that they were really were his great aunt and uncle on his father’s side. Since no one else wanted him, they decided to take him in.
Debbie Mathers left Eminem at his great uncle’s place for 3 years and came back to take him when he was 5. Obviously as a teenage-drug-addict-forced-to-be-a-parent she didn’t want him.
He also uses the same simile on ‘'What Up Gangsta’‘.