No, he does say Tisa, but he plays on the fact that Tisa sounds like tees as in golf tees.
“so I don’t need a fort”
This should say “She just let me beat, and yous an a cappella kinda fella/Black and yellow”
Wax is a slang term for a vinyl record, so Lil Wayne is saying that those other inferior rappers are not telling the truth on their songs.
His tracks refer to his songs, not his actual footprints. However, that is Lil Wayne’s point for using that term “tracks,” so I guess it worked. He covers his tracks like butter, meaning he raps smoothly like butter on bread, and he is a perfect match for all of his beats because butter and bread are a perfect match. There are several ways you can look at this though.
Not true any more. Starting in the 2001-02 NBA season, the league has permitted the use of zone defense. Zone defense has also always been permitted in international leagues. I am sure he says “college d” because it makes sense but also because it rhymes very well with the next few lines.
More specifically, Cristal is Champagne, but technically wine is right.
Watch out! Drake has a gun on his hip! I guess he’s starting to take after his mentor, (Lil Wayne).
MCM is an expensive clothing line, so Big Sean is just name dropping, he’s not talking about the electronics company.
Correct spelling : Just save yourself the embarrassment, don’t even approach her