[inline:wayne] We've got another new website to share today. This one probably won't go stale as fast the earlier peep one: Understand Rap. It's a lot like "Snacks and Shit," which we told you about a few weeks ago. Here are a few of our favorite entries from Understand Rap: Lyrics: "I make it rain on them hoes." Explanation: I spend extravagantly on the many girls with whom I party. Lyrics: "twankies with them hundred spokes" Explanation: Twenty inch Dayton rims - twankies/twinkies refers to "20s", or the inches of the rims, 100 spokes are a variety of Dayton rims, which are spoked as opposed to magged.
Lyrics: "keep one in the chamber" Explanation: This refers to a bullet being ready to be fired (in the chamber) as opposed to simply having a full clip. The idea is that you are only prepared to flex if you have 16 in the clip and one in the chamber, ready to be fired. O'Shea is ready to shoot someone. I make it rain on them hoes Lyrics: "that photo phobia, no Kodak moments" Explanation: you should be so aware of cameras or people trying to take your picture, that people might think you have a phobia or fear of photos. this is because the fewer photos of you that are out there, the less likely the police can track you down.