6. “Only demand I got is I ain’t sharing no spots/I’ll light your baby mamma’s house on fire while she in it then turn around and say it’s a parent [apparent] who hot.” –Royce Da 5’9"
Breakdown: Detroit’s most lyrical African-American refuses to share creative real estate with any of his rap peers. He emphasizes this stance by informing anyone not on board with his decision that he’s capable of committing arson on the home of their mothers child, only to make three statements with one tongue: 1. It’s obvious that he is one of the popular rappers. 2. It’s evident that a child’s guardian is enduring an immense amount of heat. 3. It’s likely that the child’s father is perturbed (and sweaty).