You niggas stay in your lane no playing ain't nothing changed Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Here Tyga is metaphorically portraying life as a highway, a common cliche in rap music. Referring back to all the driving references including the one in the previous line, Tyga is saying that you better keep going straight and avoiding Tyga, but if you cross over you’re done for.

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So sincere in her belly, that's that Nas shit Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Referencing hip hop legend Nas' first acting role in the movie Belly, where he stared as a power-hungry thug named Sincere.

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Crown on the watch, young niggas still thuggin' Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Rolex is a very luxurious watch company whose logo is a crown.

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H on the Buckle, Hermes and the hustle Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Hermes is a popular clothing brand whose logo is a “H”. One of their best selling products, their belts, showcases this logo with a giant H for the buckle. Funny, Rick Ross must be custom-ordering these belts to fit his waistline.

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Bitch nigga you don't want no drama, I'm worth a couple commas Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

The commas Tyga are referring to are those shown in his money. After every three digits a comma should be placed in the number. To have more than one comma, he must be worth at least $1,000,000.

Or if you’d prefer a less academic explanation:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rs6kT_0H1MI

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Last King come sign up, all my shit be designer Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Last King is Tyga’s very own apparel brand. Besides that, he only wears designer clothes.

He could also be referring to his label, Last Kings Entertainment.

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Cash in the safe nigga I don't feel no pressure Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

Tyga understands that his financial woes are far behind him and that his money is safely sitting in a safe.

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Lookin' through a lazy eye Passion by Blackalicious (Ft. Rakaa Iriscience)

Again referring to the idea of one’s “third eye”, or Chakra. This is one of the spiritual powers in the body, and releases DMT into the brain. By looking through it you see the true world, past all the fakeness and bullshit in life.

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That come and be the peps
Bubbling all in your cups,
Aural Pleasure by Blackalicious

Gab uses his fantastic wordplay to turn the word peps, meaning enthusiasm or vigour, into the carbonated drink brand, Pepsi (bubbling in your cup).

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They call me Gab and I rap Aural Pleasure by Blackalicious

The rapper in Blackalicious is Gift of Gab, one of the most talented and underrated MCs in our time.

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