"Take 27 emcee's put them in a line and they're out of ali..." (Nas – Queens Get The Money) | accepted

An obvious reference to (Queens rapper) Rakim’s boast that he will put 7x3 emcees in a line and devour them.

"Tell him his name's Nasir / Tell him how he got here / Ma..." (Nas – Queens Get The Money) | accepted

The clear implication is that Nas is the biological father, or at least that this is what the child will be told — to be “above her years” is to be more advanced/mature than her, something unlikely to be said about a deadbeat father.

"If the war calls for Warhols / Hope you got enough space ..." (Lupe Fiasco – Pressure) | accepted

Note that “war” is also a common card game.

"So go ahead and pirate, the highest / Cannons make you le..." (Lupe Fiasco – Pressure) | accepted

Note that this also continues the piracy theme started by the earlier references to Blackbeard and Davy Jones' locker.

"Cuffing them" (Lupe Fiasco – Pressure) | accepted

“Cuffing” also in the sense of handcuffing, which follows a “bust,” and works in tandem with the drug dealing sub-metaphor.

"I do it for my village" (Lupe Fiasco – Penz & The Needlz) | accepted

And, obviously, Village People finishes the thought that YMCA began.

"Making (haha) from O" (Common – Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man)) | accepted

As well as a play on words — making money out of nothing.

""Ain't a damn thing funny"" (Common – Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man)) | accepted

Uh…“The Message”?

"Call me E cause I equal MC squared" (Common – Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man)) | accepted

Note, in addition, the obvious pun on MC — to “square” them is to herb them, to make them appear foolish.

"I came back with birds like Brandon Lee" (Lupe Fiasco – Lu Myself) | accepted

The Crow itself concerns a vigilante who returns from the dead, accompanied by a flock of crows.