This may also be a sly reference to the fact that labels can bankroll small name/revenue-losing acts (like Capital Cities) off the lazy/trite writing of hit singles from more popular artist
The source for the new photos, in case anyone’s interested: http://helloblueivycarter.tumblr.com/
Two spelling corrections:
– “Verse 1” was misspelt as “Verese 1."
– There shouldn’t be an apostrophe in "basquions” in Verse 1.
Album status now confirmed — should be corrected.
Just a small grammar correction: Kanye’s first line should be “Whose fault?”, not “Who’s fault?”
Maybe it’s the girl with the Cirque du Soleil pussy from “Blame Game”.
Kanye says “Who’s fault?” before Legend’s intro. Granted it’s only two words, but seeing as the song’s all about the blame game and the question of blame is explored throughout the song, I think it’s worth putting in.
Ke$ha’s appearance is appropriate as she helped co-write the song with Dr. Luke, Max Martin and Alex Kronlund.
Oh, but it gets better. Think about the waffle in a food=money context. If Gambino is taking the ‘G’ out your ‘waffle’ (all those 0s from your paycheck), then you’d be left with no money and a bruised ego.
It’s basically a boast saying that Gambino is so hot he’s going to take all the money you’re earning and leave you with your ego — what little of it you have left.
Beyonces should have an accent on the last e (é).