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    "Malachi off of Funky Penguin, the wax copy" - Ghost

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    Stella D'oro rap breakstick - Ghost https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_D'oro

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    "Suck this drunk alcohol dick" - Raekwon

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    New album 'The Essential Nonsensical' out now. Check out some tracks here...

    http://www.wutang-corp.com/forum/sho...79#post2588579

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSA View Post


    "Malachi off of Funky Penguin, the wax copy" - Ghost
    COOL! Props for "revealing the Wu Tang secret..." God bless Stax for laying the base of so many (Wu) break beats!
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    "Supreme Magnetic carbon-copy" - Ghostface



    Supreme Magnetic (Top Left) was a brooklyn street king that ran with the Paid in Full Posse. Eric B and (or) Rakim were closely affiliated with the crew (possibly members). Paid In Full Posse rivaled Supreme Team for dominance of the NY crack market

    Below, the original 50 Cent and Supreme Magnetic

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSA View Post
    Stella D'oro rap breakstick - Ghost https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_D'oro
    Stella D'oro means "star of gold" in Italian
    Stella D'oro rap breadstick, David Berkowitz Einstein birthed the hit, now nurture it

    slang gargoyleism at its finest. jesus fucking christ
    after 20 years I never knew what the beginning of that line was


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    Im realizing that Ghost and Rae wereally making perfect sense the whole time lol. Slang prostitution

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    Yeah they're not just throwing words together to make shit sound ill

    these guys are on another level lyrically. I still don't get a bunch of lines on Supreme Clientele. that could be me though lol
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    Some of you might know this one but I didn't

    "Swing the John Mcenroe, rap rock and roll" - Ghost

    John Patrick McEnroe Jr. is a retired American tennis player, often considered among the greatest in the history of the spor

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    I wonder how much gets lost in translation across cultures for European fans.

    Does the average European or even whoight mane under the line 'straighting combs left on the stove, losing my baby hairs, plus time to look old God'
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    BTW a straightening comb is metal comb black ppl used to leave on a stove to heat it up and comb their hair to make it straight.

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    Lol @ not knowing who John McEnroe is, you can not be serious
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    @TSA: I didn't get the straightening comb line before you explained it

    John McEnroe is famous for his temper on the court, going against umpires and breaking tennis rackets
    TSA you might wanna YouTube him for some serious lolz

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    There is this thing called The Wu-Slang Lexicon in RZA's Manual book that came out like 12 years ago. If you never bothered to read that section.
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    But it doesn't break down everything going through ghost or rae's heads. Just a primer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hound View Post
    Lol @ not knowing who John McEnroe is, you can not be serious
    Word. That was kinda surreal reading that post. Thought it was some kind of piss take before realising it wasn't. I don't know who most people referenced in hip hop songs r, but shit, I thought Johnny Mac was a household name for all generations.


    New album 'The Essential Nonsensical' out now. Check out some tracks here...

    http://www.wutang-corp.com/forum/sho...79#post2588579

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