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Clipse: We Got It 4 Cheap (but not really)

Note the album art on this Clipse release, featuring a Black Card and what appears to be cocaine (no word yet on whether or not it’s pure and uncut). Is the hip-hop group playing on the ironic contrast of costly things like The Black Card and cocaine against things that are cheap? We’ll leave the guesswork to you.

From the track “What’s Up” Featuring Pharrell Williams:

“Cop the sorbet, straight from Jorge
Jack of all trades, even mastered the gourmet
Plus the price got the streets tongue in cheek
Cook it till it’s al dente, mwah, magnifique
Black Card, the era, we got it in the bag
Y’all niggas ain’t a factor like Trinidad’s jab”

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  1. […] The “black card“, urban legend turned reality in 1999 may finally be exhausting it’s life as everyone in the world can now have a black card. As NBA stars like DeShaw Stevenson would remind you, the Black Card “is not for everyone“, as would WIZKID Productions “Black Affair” for Mid-night Ballers. Rapper Clipse reminds us, we are in the Black Card Era. […]


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