Life can be like a box of chocolates Quid pro quo, somethin' for somethin', that's the obvious Oh s**t, flow so sick, don't you swallow it Bitin' my style, you're salmonella poison positive I can just alleviate the rap industry politics Milk the game up, never lactose intolerant The last remainder of real s**t, you know the obvious Me, scholarship? No, streets put me through colleges Be all you can be, true, but the problem is A dream's only a dream if work don't follow it Remind me of the homies that used to know me, now follow this I'll tell you my hypothesis I'm probably just way too loyal K Dizzle what do it for you, my ****** think I'm a god Thruthfully all of 'em spoiled, usually you're never charged But something came over you when I took you to them ******* BET awards You lookin' at artists like the harvests So many Rollies around you and you want all of 'em Somebody told me you was thinkin' 'bout snatchin' jewelry I should've listened when my grandmama said to me
A vaguely futuristic, synthesizer-drenched album with anthemic choruses and bluesy beats, Aquemini addresses numerous topics such as emancipation, drug addiction and problematic relationships, while exploring the bleakest aspects of humanity. In contrast to much of hip hop music in the late 1990s, OutKast did not tone down the regional qualities, like the harmonica break on "Rosa Parks" and distinctive Atlanta slang and diction throughout. "Rosa Parks" was later nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The song led to much controversy with Rosa Parks filing a defamation suit against OutKast. Aquemini also featured live instrumentation and poetic lyricism, such as the reggae horns on the seven minute long "SpottieOttieDopaliscious" and wah-wah guitar on the closing track "Chonkyfire". The album also included "West Savannah", which was an outtake from OutKast's debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. The track was also featured as an intro to the "Benz Or Beamer" video, but was held off Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik and not used on the duo's follow-up album ATLiens, finally to surface on this album. The song is the original version and was not re-recorded for the album. A small intro to the song begins at the end of "Slump", with Big Boi reffering to the song's history. Delivered with rhythmic vocal styles and distinctive southern rapping, the main focus of the album seemed to be on morality. With complex metaphors and dirty south slang, Andre addresses his critics in the album's opener, "Return of the G". Aquemini's catchy lyrics are a mix of street-wise and common sense. RapReviews.com noted that "Aquemini is full of small moments that make you nod your head and look forward to hearing them again." "SpottieOttieDopaliscious" featured a soulful hook by Sleepy Brown and instrospective lyricism from Big Boi and Andre, reciting it in spoken word style.
The FitnessGram Pacer Test is a multistage aerobic capacity test that progessively gets more difficult as it continues. The 20 meter pacer test will begin in 30 seconds. Line up at the start. The running speed starts slowly but gets faster each minute after you hear this signal **bodeboop**. A single lap should be completed every time you hear this sound **ding**. The second time you fail to complete a lap before the sound, your test is over. The test will begin on the word "start". On your mark. Get ready... Start! **ding**
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