So we can slow grind Anniversary Let's Get Down by Tony! Toni! Toné! (Ft. DJ Quik) 1

a very close and intimate slow dance

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What's up KK?
My buddy D
Born and Raised in Compton by DJ Quik 2

These are members of the group he later produced for 2nd To None

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I'm passin a natural ten or four or six or eight before I go Born and Raised in Compton by DJ Quik 2

he is referring to hitting a 7 or his respective points in a crap game

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But on my way I met bitch as sqaure as a box
With a big ass booty and some goldie locks
And I ain't gotta do much talkin' she wet
I Used to Know Her by DJ Quik (Ft. AMG) 3

“square as a box” meaning she’s a square aka not very street savvy. But despite her lack of street knowledge. Quik still finds her blonde hair and immense posterior highly attractive. And once the conversation begins he doesn’t have to say much to the “fresh meat” she is easily amused by his slick talk and high end vehicle.

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She used to dance at the Jet Strip [AMG] I Used to Know Her by DJ Quik (Ft. AMG) 3

A popular strip club frequented by man black males in LA .

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Were running out of Beedies I Used to Know Her by DJ Quik (Ft. AMG) 3

Beedies An Indian cigarette rolled in a leaf smoked heavily by rappers in the 90’s.

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Will go gleek-gleek
And tweak-tweak
Do I Love Her by DJ Quik (Ft. Suga Free) 2

This is an example of Neptune. Which is a language Suga Free invented and he often speaks when he is in the zone

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See baby, I got a spot to fill
And all that callin me out my name gonna have you
Runnin down the street barefooted again sayin "not for real!"
Do I Love Her by DJ Quik (Ft. Suga Free) 2

He is obviously referring to the last time he got into a verbal altercation with this young lady. Where she provoked him by calling him out of his name. And once she realized her derisive comment had angered him to the point of physical aggression she then chose to make haste via the nearest thoroughfare whilst exclaiming she made said comment in jest.

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And whoever and that mothafucka
Nasty new street slugger,
Hail Mary by 2Pac (Ft. Outlawz) 1

Was this was a Nas diss? I always thought so. Unfortunate both are both very talented artists

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December 12th, 2012

Not a Nas diss. ‘Nasty New Street’ is a street/hood in New Jersey that some of the Outlawz hail from. They’ve made several references to this in other songs, for example, Kadafi in “All About You” says:
“I gets Down like Dru and my nasty new niggaz, too”.
Young Noble, who is rapping this part in Hail Mary, says in the unreleased track “My Own Style” (Unreleased): “The end be tragical
Televised, in nasty new”. etc.,

February 15th, 2013

or so I think

March 21st, 2013

Thanks Murs

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April 12th, 2013

I love you Murs

September 19th, 2013

but he diss Nas already

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Soul-simulated, sounds from a stocky
Semi-social, never seem sloppy
See silly slappin suckers, sorry saps and slouchers
Straps slammin stouch, mackin this mass is savvy
We see so-so-songs and some shots, so
Snaps steppin separate, start slowly, go solo
Yoke The Joker by Naughty By Nature 1

alliteration is the repetition of a particular sound in the first syllables of a series of words or phrases.
Treach is one of the best at this.

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