Big Boi – Shine Blockas | rejected

A-Town is a pretty standard way of shouting out to Atlanta, and I’m almost certain C-post is a shout-out to Chicago (Chi-Town).

Kanye West – Power | rejected

For those who might be wondering, the constant use of “Huh?” by Kanye in this song is nothing new. It’s actually a trademark of his flow, going all the way back to “Jesus Walks”. He often uses it to emphasize what he just stated: like, “Yeah, that’s right! I said it!! What are you gon' do about it, HUUUUUUUH?!?”

Kanye West – Power | accepted

“They say I was the abomination of Obama’s nation”…

Kanye West is also probably going after Obama for calling him a “jackass” after the whole Taylor Swift fiasco.

"They say I was the abomination of Obama’s nation" (Kanye West – Power) | accepted

Kanye West is also probably going after Obama for calling him a “jackass” after the whole Taylor Swift fiasco.

Timbaland – Say Something | accepted

Killin' shit, the ever-so-talented Mr. Ripley…

A reference to the thriller film “The Talented Mr. Ripley” starring Matt Damon, based on the book of the same name. The Ripley character is infamous for getting away with killing others, just like Drake is famous for “killing” other rappers. Or, at least, so he thinks.

B.o.B – Past My Shades | rejected

Lupe Fiaso steals the show here. He pretty much says, in his own way, of course, that he won’t dumb it down just because the label wants him to. He’s just gon' do him.

"Killing shit, the ever so talented Mr. Ripley" (Timbaland – Say Something) | accepted

A reference to the thriller film “The Talented Mr. Ripley” starring Matt Damon, based on the book of the same name. The Ripley character is infamous for getting away with killing others, just like Drake is famous for “killing” other rappers. Or, at least, so he thinks.

Nas – Strong Will Continue | accepted

Oh, and that last line in Damian’s first verse should be: “My GOD is tougher than Zeus.”

Nas – Strong Will Continue | rejected

The fourth verse that you guys have accredited to Nas is actually NOT the fourth verse he spits on the album. I suggest the lyrics be changed to reflect the actual studio version of the song, not this leaked stuff.

Trust me, the last verse by Nas on the album version of the song is VICIOUS!!!!

"The victory's found in truth" (Nas – Strong Will Continue) | accepted

Channeling a quote from the Bible, “The truth shall set you free”, meaning that good will eventually prevail over all.