"Shame on you, when you step through to / The Ol' Dirty Ba..." (Ol' Dirty Bastard – Brooklyn Zoo) | accepted

More of a callback to Protect Ya Neck in which ODB drops this lyric almost word for word.

"Uncle Tom house niggas, do scare me / So they can't be ar..." (Boogie Down Productions – House Nigga's) | accepted

First line is:

Uncle Tom house niggas do scare me

"And where he was found, again they can't laugh at ya / It..." (Boogie Down Productions – Blackman in Effect) | accepted

The again they can’t laugh at ya is a reference to the earlier song Why is That? in which KRS-ONE argues that several biblical figures were in fact black Africans.

Specifically these lines:

Shem was a black man in Africa
If you repeat this fact they can’t laugh at ya

"Get back if you can't understand a rap act / This is the ..." (Boogie Down Productions – Blackman in Effect) | accepted

Second line is:

This is the language of the people ready to hear the truth

"Cause, I write the songs like Barry Manilow" (Chino XL – Riiiot!) | accepted

I Write The Songs is one of Manilow’s famous hits (although he didn’t write it).

"Through the fully operational, handheld tote mm-hmm" (Ghostface Killah – Winter Warz) | pending

I don’t think he’s talking about handbags. The lyric is:

Through the fully operational hand held toting hmm

"And split the bone, wig blown off the ledge" (Ghostface Killah – Winter Warz) | rejected

The effect of a bullet to the head, following on from the last line gun POW to the dome. Of course he is referring to his rhymes rather than a literal gunshot. See also handheld trigger cuts and acapella spitting shell.

"She gave me power / The world was ours / I used to feel i..." (Lil Wayne – Novacane) | rejected

The coke gave him power, making him feel like the world was his for the taking. Also a reference to two Nas songs — I Gave You Power and The World Is Yours — which deal with the themes of guns, drugs and success.

"At the height of their fame and glory, they turned on one..." (GZA – Duel of the Iron Mic) | accepted

Interesting choice of dialogue. I think RZA intended this to be a comment on Hip Hop in general but ironically it’s exactly what happened to Wu-Tang Clan themselves.

"Eating Ital Stew like the one Peter Tosh" (A Tribe Called Quest – Scenario) | accepted

Should be:

Eating Ital Stew like the one Peter Tosh

Ital Stew is a Rastafarian dish of vegetables and beans. There is no fixed recipe but in accordance with the Ital diet it can contain no meat or salt.