Big Shaq: Man's Not Hot Meaning
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Song Released: 2017
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Man's Not Hot Lyrics
Mans not hot
Never hot skrrra skidi kaka boom
2 plus 2 is 4
Minus 1 that's 3, quick maths
Everyday man's on the block, smoke trees
See your girl in the park, that girl is a uckers
When the ting went...
anonymous Mar 14th, 2018 3:35am report
I think this song is about his struggles of life.
Line "big ting' had me in tears!
anonymous Feb 26th, 2018 2:41am report
He’s not taking the coat off, so don’t ask him to and he didn’t get in to AP math...
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anonymous Dec 16th, 2017 12:21pm report
Well I think it's all about that he bought an expensive coat and when it's hot you don't wanna take. Of your coat when it cost so. Much money
anonymous Dec 1st, 2017 12:44pm report
To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ understand the lyrics of “Man’s Not Hot.” The metaphorical context of the lyrics is extremely subtle and without a deep understanding of theoretical and quantum physics, one can find themselves lost in translation. And then, there’s Big Shaq’s nihilistic outlook on life, which is in part due to his tough upbringing in the heart of London. The refrain of the song, starting with the immortal words “the ting goes skraa” may sound like gibberish to less adept listener, far is more sophisticated than it may seem. It is actually derived from excerpts of unused material from Leo Tolstoy’s immortal 1869 masterwork of 19th century fiction “War and Peace”. I pity those who brush it off as mere “trapstongue” and wish them all the best on their path to enlightenment. Big Shaq will transcend alongside Lil Pump as the greatest poets of the 21st century.
anonymous Dec 1st, 2017 12:23pm report
"Man's Not Hot" Is an eloquently composed piece of music that is truly the Magnum Opus of Big Shaq's career. Mr. Shaq shows his unparalleled understanding of the English language using poetic and metaphorical inspiration from the works of Orwell and Adams, showcasing such through his deeply rooted underlying metaphors; highlighted in the chorus. Truly a Shakespearean piece of which will be celebrated for generations.
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