Wyclef Jean

Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
Wyclef is advertising that despite his fame and money he still "puts in work for the block" by selling large quantities of illicit drugs. Could also be a subliminal business advertisement.
x6ryan
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
coccaine comes in bricks (a brick of coccaine) so it is often a slang term for coccaine. Slangin' means selling. He is saying that he still sells coccaine where he lives.
Tenshi
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
he hasn't let his fame change him. he still hangs out with the same crowd and sells (slings) weed/coke (bricks) just like he used to before he became famous
sha53
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
He is still selling bricks (a large amount of drugs bagged and taped into a brick shape and size) where he lives
frankricard
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
Baltimore is the location of the award-winning HBO show "The Wire," on which the cops frequently make use of wiretaps to bring down top-tier gang members
niggabockers
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
The song is about the difficulties young people face while living in urban environments. "Welcome to the jungle" attempts to characterize the city as a wild, untamed place. Guns N Roses is a citation, a reference to the first artist to use the phrase.
Fred Frances
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
refers to 9/11. Two birds are two plains that hit the towers, and the NY giants are the World Trade Center towers. Also a play one the football team, the NY Giants.
JohnTyson
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
He is in the streets trying to sell a couple kilos of drugs, most likely coke.
JohnTyson
Slow Down Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
i am serving a 10-year jail sentence, and therefore can't support my girlfriend financially. to make money, she has decided to use our house for prostitution
bill
Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) Carnival Vol II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
I will inform you a life lesson I learned after listening to the lyrics of the song C.R.E.A.M. by New York rap group the Wu Tang Clan: My modus operandi is currency-centric.
aluhkks