"Lifestyles of the rich and famous" (Child Rebel Soldier – Us Placers) | accepted

Also, the long-running syndicated aspirational television show

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifestyles_of_the_Rich_and_Famous

"Waking up your family with 4 15's (4 15's)" (Keak da Sneak – Super Hyphy) | accepted

I might be mistaken, but it seems more likely that Keak refers to 15" subwoofers than to assault rifles

"I'm wrapped in aluminum foil, I do my dirt like Kwame" (Lupe Fiasco – Lupe The Killer) | accepted

Not to be confused with this Kwame, who did his dirt in polka dots

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwam%C3%A9

"Rocafella died of AIDS, that was the end of his chapter /..." (Nas – Ether) | accepted

As I understand it, and I may be mistaken, Jay named the label specifically after Nelson Rockefeller, the onetime NY governor whose ‘70s drug laws were the toughest in the nation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockefeller_drug_laws

"In love with a V-Dub engine" (Jay Z – Allure) | rejected

The official European hoopty is either the Yugo or the Trabant

"I'm getting jacked, I'm breaking myself" (Warren G – Regulate) | accepted

‘Breaking himself’ means that he’s submitting, giving up his money and jewelry to the folks that are robbing him

"(Don't believe the hype)" (Public Enemy – Don't Believe the Hype) | accepted

Harry Allen also speaks on Dilated Peoples' ‘Proper Propaganda,’ and at least one other PE song that I can’t think of right this second

Jay Z – Hello Brooklyn 2.0 | rejected

Speaking only for myself, and not for the other editors or the site: if you think there aren’t a lot of triple entendres in hip-hop lyrics, then I agree with you.

But, respectfully, Lily, if you think that triple entendres do not exist, let alone that this is a widespread consensus among linguists or scholars or whatever, we’re going to have to agree to disagree.

"My life is like a child’s illusions become reality" (Kanye West – See Me Now) | rejected

I think of Kanye’s life as more of an undergrad’s illusions become reality. Now, Soulja Boy, or Lil Wayne—those guys are spoiled children!

"Queens get the money" (Nas – Queens Get The Money) | rejected

It’s in the outro talking at the end. Keepin' it real, you know.