Beat'n Down Yo Block!

Unk
Beat'n Down Yo Block
my car has aftermarket 26-inch diameter chrome wheels, requiring an altered suspension so they can fit on the car without rubbing against the fenders. this results in a new perspective, as if i were seeing the road like a 7-foot-tall basketball player
bill
Beat'n Down Yo Block
as Unk is "beatin' on down ya block" (driving his car down the street your house is on, with his stereo system turned up) the bass from his subwoofer speakers is so strong that it shakes pictures hanging on your wall to the point that they fall down
bill
Beat'n Down Yo Block
DJ unk is reffering to subwoofers of brand Kicker - they produce loud bass tones which you can feel in your body since the sound waves are so deep. He is saying the feeling will be like getting kicked by a karate fighter
yoni_bhoy
2 Step
Doing the "same old two step" (which is a casual dance step) with "stacks" or money. A stack can equal about a grand ($1000).
yoni_bhoy
2 Step
There is a dance called "walking it out." In the song, DJ Unk says, "take 2 steps to the left & 2 steps to the right. Bring it back, now I made yall walk it out" He means that by following his instructions, you have done the dance; "walked it out."
caramel
2 Step
even if you don't feel doing the 2-Step dance, you can still lean against the wall at the side of the club away from the dance floor, as if the dance floor were the center of a basketball court and you are posting up or positioning yourself by the hoop
bill
2 Step
Referring to marijuana as a presidential strain
cogardner
2 Step
in old westerns (movies set in the 1800s in the american west) cowboys shot at someone's feet to get them to "Dance, boy!" - a way of threatening them and showing disrespect. this song is giving you the urge to 2-step as if your life depended on it.
bill
2 Step
the bracelet or watch i'm wearing on my wrist is so cold (not actually cold, but so "icy" or having a lot of diamonds, which look kind of like ice) that it's making my wrist colder than a Bud Light beer, which is best enjoyed really cold.
bill