Drake: Forever Meaning
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But understand nothing was done for me
So I dont plan on stopping at all
I want this shit forever mine, ever mine, ever mine
Im shutting shit down at the mall
And telling every girl she the one for me
And I aint...
anonymous Oct 4th, 2011 10:58am report
All the rappers are telling us how stardom has changed them and their lives, Drake starts of by saying how hard he has worked to make his dream a realalty. He says how his life is different and how he is enjoying it. Kayne then takes the next verse by saying how he has lost contact will all his old friends and rarely gets to see his granny...he pretty much says how he wants his old life back and wish he never became famous. Lil wayne is on the same lines as drake. He likes his new life and makes a heap of medafore... his verse in the song is not the best..however it is okay. Eminem as usual delivered a great rap...he was saying that the other rappers and nothing compared to him...he is the 'REAL DEAL'. this song is about to be certain about what to want in life and to becareful what you wish for...AD
anonymous Apr 26th, 2017 4:59am report
This is about how all the rappers have lost connection to the lives they were used to before. Now that they are famous already there is no turning back and they're down for business.
anonymous Jul 8th, 2013 7:59pm report
it means that what he does may not mean nothing to people but hes not planning to stop and it talks about hows he is the best baller lol
anonymous Oct 22nd, 2012 10:45am report
I think this song is for LeBron James.. Listen the first part: " It all started local" That means on Akron, Ohio. That's the place when LeBron lived and started playing basketball. Then we have: "Last name EVER, first name GREATEST".. Actually, the name is Greatest Ever. We all know that LBJ is considered as one of the GREATEST EVER basketball players, which is true. :)
anonymous Jul 11th, 2011 7:34pm report
Hear how they're all rapping so slow? Then listen to Eminem's part.
"We can make them look like Bozos.He's wondering if he should spit this slow. Fuck no!"
He's dissing all of them. Particularly 'Lil Wayne.
anonymous Jan 9th, 2011 1:35pm report
Well not much meaning to this, at least when Drake is talking. With Drake, this song is rather narcissistic. I mean really "Last name ever, First name greatest" Are you fucking me? Seems to me, Drake only sang in this to boost his already over extended ego.
Lil Wayne just talked more gangster bull crap.
But Eminem, being the awesome MC he is, brings more into this song. As always, Slim's use of metaphors and play on words, aligned with his meanings are just amazing.
And yes I know I'm leaving out Kayne. I did that on purpose...
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