Lupe Fiasco – Go To Sleep | accepted

Sorry, lyric correction: The line after the Boogieman one should read, “Won’t drill no door hole”… instead of “Bonjour, no dough, ho…” ^^ Hahaha, my bad, I totally transcribed that incorrectly…

Kanye West – Monster | accepted

The recording featured in the Rap Genius Radio box was audioswapped by YouTube.

Here’s one that works for now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0u9LoBsMnJM

"M&M's are yellow" (Lupe Fiasco – Superstar) | rejected

Also, Lupe Fiasco, being a devout Muslim, prefers yellow M&Ms over red ones, because red M&Ms contain cochineal, a carmaine-comprised dye that followers of Islam are forbidden to consume

Lupe Fiasco – I'm Beamin' | accepted

BTW, the “Beaming” in the title should be changed to “Beamin” to reflect the true song title. ;)

"Failure's my last name, Never's my first one" (Lupe Fiasco – I'm Beamin') | rejected

“Failure” is also the name of a mixtape song by Lupe, considered one of his best lyrical forays ever by fans.

B.o.B – Airplanes, Pt 2 | rejected

Shouldn’t the title be changed to “Airplanes, Pt. 2”, to reflect that this is the remix on the album, not the original song?

"So trill and so sincere / Yeah, I'm both them there" (Lupe Fiasco – Dumb it Down) | accepted

It might also be a sly riff on Lupe’s own clothing line “Trilly and Truly”. ;)

"Nerd's where the words from" (Lupe Fiasco – I'm Beamin') | accepted

N.E.R.D. is the name of the Pharrell-centric group that produced the beat for this song.

Also, Lupe is communicating the fact that he is indeed a “nerd” but proud of it.

"Failure's my last name, Never's my first one" (Lupe Fiasco – I'm Beamin') | rejected

Also, notice that the word “fiasco” is another word for a huge failure. Wordplay Alert!!

"One time missing sunshine will never hurt your soul" (Lupe Fiasco – The Coolest) | accepted

Lupe Fiasco is alluding to two songs of his own off his previous album, Food and Liquor. The songs' titles were “Sunshine” and “Hurt Me Soul”; both are fan favorites and are considered classics by critics.