Also, a brassiere is a bra. Here’s a rather pleasurable picture of the use of a bra, in case you don’t know. Really, this is an excuse to post a picture of tits.
A reference to The Inc. (formerly called Murder Inc.), a label that includes notable acts Ashanti and Ja Rule. Rappers on the label (particularly Ja Rule) would frequently say “it’s murdaa” on their songs.
Jean is also suggesting that this song is about multiple people, suggesting that she’s also in love with the cycle and and same type.
I actually disagree here. While the Raiders replacing 9 of 11 defensive starters, the Colts D is far from strong either, giving up yards and points like it’s nothing. I agree on the result, but Sio Moore could cause problems.
Peyton took the Broncos to the Divisional Round of the playoffs, not the AFC Championship. The Ravens would go on to beat them in Denver and then beat the Patriots in New England before going to the Super Bowl.
Nas went by Nas Escobar in the 90s, it might be a reference to him as well.
The contradictory theme of this song, Kendrick ponders why people do such things (also asking if people act on impulse), only to answer his own question.
Adding to that, the burden of another child can sink someone’s future, that’s the reference I saw here.
This beat was originally made for J. Cole. You might want to add that to the song info.
Another basketball reference.
A flop is to oversell contact in an attempt to draw a foul call. Usually away from the ball.