"You get another hand soon after you fold" (B.o.B – Airplanes) | rejected

B.o.B may also be referring to prayer (e.g., “folding your hands in prayer”), meaning that he prayed that one day he would become successful.

"And them deer can't see us like hunters" (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | rejected

Lupe Fiasco takes a jab at his detractors in this line:

He deliberately pronounces “them there” as “them deer”, meaning that his critics can’t see him “like hunters”, allowing him to sneak up and “kill” them (disprove their opinions by using intelligent rhymes).

Also notice that when he says “Them deer”…He pronounces “them” like “dim" which fits in with the theme of not being able to see.

"Bobby Ray, you know you got my numbers" (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | accepted

B.o.B’s hit singles “Nothin' on You” and “Airplanes” were both originally intended for Lupe Fiasco (an original recording session of Lupe rapping over the “Nothin' on You” beat is available on the internet), but Lupe ultimately allowed B.o.B to record over the beats, resulting in B.o.B’s vast commercial success. Since then, the two rappers have become increasingly associated with each other (going on tour with each other, appearing together on song remixes, etc.)

This is Lupe’s way of acknowledging the camaraderie between them.

"It's all in disarray this parade I walk / They get amazed..." (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | rejected

The parade is the rap game that Lu is walking in, but it is in disarray and out of order. The chain symbolizes his lines and people get amazed when they understand what he is saying.

Also in parades (Mardi Gras) when you catch an actual chain people get excited. It ‘hangs from your brain’ is simply you remember it and it take thought to actually understand his lines.

"And not wonders," (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | rejected

‘Wonders’ refers to Stevie Wonder. Lu is saying that the reason why he wears shades is not for the reasons why Stevie wears shades, but for the reasons why Scott Summers(Cyclops form X-Men) wears shades so you better not make him take off his “stunnas.”

"Trying to dissuade my thoughts / I'm a slave to myself an..." (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | rejected

Lupe is taking a stab at his label Atlantic Records for being disruptive of his intellectual rap style and holding his forthcoming album ‘Lasers’ from being released to the public (“trying to dissuade my thoughts” — i.e., stop him from persisting with his style of music).

"I'm Scott Summers / So don't make me take off my stunners" (B.o.B – Past My Shades) | rejected

In addition to the X-Men reference, Lupe is also making a subtle connection to his forthcoming album, “Lasers”; judging from the album’s current singles “Shining Down” and “I’m Beamin'”, the motif of “Lasers” is remaining positive in the face of adversity (e.g., “the light of the world”).

"This one right here goes out / To my homie with the dream..." (Lupe Fiasco – Hip-hop Saved My Life) | accepted

Lupe is dedicating the song to anyone who dreams of making it big.