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2 Chainz’ Verse on Curren$y’s “Capitol” Makes No Fu**king Sense (Listen)Posted by Nathan S. on 05/17/12 | Filed under Rap Lines That Make No Sense, 2 Chainz, Currensy
And sure enough "Capitol" was dope. That Innovators beat is the kind of hazy instrumental that Spitta was born to rhyme over and sure enough he killed his opening verse. (And by "killed" I mean rapped so stoned he could barely stand). TAFKATB's verse on the other hand...I haven't been this confused since, well, just about every Cam'ron track ever. As far as I can tell, the man says:
"My reputation / dead a nation [?] on destination / I separated, elevated / give salutations / seldom seen in forest green, for a machine / Dirty South but that engine clean and that pussy clean."
Um....I mean, some of the words rhyme, so TAFKATB has that going for him. Otherwise, I'm not nearly high enough, don't get the slang or that shit does indeed Make No Fucking Sense. I'm counting on RefinedHype Nation to get their Jay-Z on and help me decode that verse, if such a thing is even possible.
Curren$y's Warner Bros. debut "The Stoned Immaculate" drops on June 5. Those interested can pre-order here. Enjoy:
UPDATE: Yes, I think we all get the "Dirty South...engine clean..." line. There are moments in here that make sense, and a lot that don't.
See Also: From Toys R’ Us to Hip-Hop Fame, the Curren$y x Juan Epstein Interview (Listen & Download)