Rap has all kind of slangs. Certain terms are specific to the regions, while others have gone to catch on a national level. However, we can all agree that certain phrases people need to stop using. There have been common terms in rap that have grown outdated. As Bun B is closing the chapter to trill on his upcoming album, we’ve gathered a few slang words frequently used this year that need to retire. Started from the bottom because you only live once.
Definition: To flash out, gloat about, or just plain show off something expensive or well-wanted
Definition: Mostly known as style, unique part of what makes you different than the other players in a cool way
Definition: To let loose and have fun
Definition: Fine female
Definition: That art of leading yourself and creating your own things and not being a copyier or jocker or biter
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Definition: A slang term for marijuana of high quality
Definition: Money, usually in thousand dollar amounts
On My Grind
Definition: Means to work hard, always be hustling, or otherwise engaged in money-making or woman-procuring activities
Definition: Showing off; showing what you've got
Definition: A real lady, not your only but your favorite, different from them hood rat chicks
Definition: Pure form of MDMA (ecstasy), usually a free powder or in capsules. Oftentimes MDA is sold as molly.
Definition: Slang for rubber bands, especially when referring to rubber bands wrapped around currency
Keep It 100
Definition: To keep yourself real and true, to be honest and stick to the way you are, no matter what any one else thinks
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Definition: To mean it is acceptable and highly approved by someone
Definition: The rhythmic gyrating of the lower fleshy extremities in a lascivious manner with the intent to elicit sexual arousal or laughter in ones intended audience
Definition: An adjective used in hip-hop culture to describe someone who is considered to be well respected, coming from a combination of the words "true" and "real"