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That's not to say Mill coasts through the track. The Maybach Music up-and-comer gets in one of the song's best lines, finishing his verse with a rhyme that asserts his wealth and references a legendary NFL quarterback.
"N----s really be fraud/ I'ma keep it c-note," he raps, "Got jewelers down in Miami/ They throw it like Dan Marino."
Ross starts his verse with the song's most newsworthy lines, commenting on his recent health scares.
"Had a couple seizures/ Call it minor setbacks," he spits, downplaying the illness that has sidelined him for much of the last month. "Everybody praying for me/ I respect that."
Birdman ends with some raps about popping bottles and wearing crowns, but not before Weezy provides a rather vivid metaphor for the success he and his comrades are experiencing.
'The world is an a--hole," he says. "And we the next big s---."