We get 7-digit money, you can call us D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

Wayne makes millions of dollars

1,000,000 is 7 digits, as is a local phone number in the U.S., so you can “call Wayne’s money” (although it would probably be a wrong number)

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I'm about to go walnuts D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

Walnuts — like almonds — are a good source of polyunsaturated fats (and Omega 3s)

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You niggas real soft, D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

By “soft” he means “weak”

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What is that, velvet D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

This line’s a direct quote from Eddie Murphy’s movie Coming to America found in the scene where Saul asks the King about his robe

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, yeah, I drink verses and eat hooks D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

Wayne is on a “rap-only” diet (rap is actually rich in amino acids)

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Young Carter kill in order, who get it first D.O.A. by Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne (his last name is Carter, he often goes by “Young Carter”) is a fair killer: there is a sign-up sheet, and victims are killed on a “first come, first served” basis

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Got to tie the back of her head like Deuce Bigalow Girls, Girls, Girls by Jay Z

The movie Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo has a scene where they tie a narcoleptic’s head up in order to mimic awakeness

That is what Jay-Z had to do to the girl who “sleeps on” him in order to get any respect

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bqaqoUUHJE

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But it ain't no thang, cause, see, my homie Coolio
Put me up on the game when I stepped through the door
Doggy Dogg World by Snoop Dogg (Ft. Tha Dogg Pound & The Dramatics)

Snoop shows respect for Coolio, one of the earliest rappers to gain widespread popularity

Snoop and Coolio would later do a song together called “Gangsta Walk”

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Just a rubberband on my wrist, no jewels I'm a Hustla by Cassidy

Wearing a rubberband on your wrist “represents the struggle” according to the rapper T.I.

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Floss is so cool: in Austin no shoes I'm a Hustla by Cassidy

Cassidy is over “flossing” (showing off his wealth); he’s a hipster now

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