Nemo represents childhood and innocence. While Nemo had fishscales, the Fishscale Q is talking about has no hint of innocence in it.
That’s also a reference to the stereotypical black person being too poor to afford things.
This is a conspiracy theory as well. Joey believes that if you’re a senator and not prejudice, you side with the people these politicians are prejudice against.
A good example of this is Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey with an astounding approval rating. He was controversially left out of a major Republican event last year.
This might be a reference to how underground rappers can be known in their city (“you might have seen him around”), but unknown on a large scale.
I see the line as Jean saying that she shouldn’t explain things that don’t need explanations.
An army is a standing force at home. A navy is a force overseas. Tyga is saying that he reps GED, but it’s YMCMB getting his music out across the world.
Note the extended double meaning of real black here. In the first two lines, he uses real black in reference to skin tone. In the next two, he uses it in reference to validity.
The lotion is money in the sense that he was ashy (lower class). When he want to classy, the lotion represents the money, which made him classy, the same way lotion helps ashiness.
Cole World was the title of Cole’s first album.
“Shit I write ether” sounds a lot like “Should I write either”.