A $50 bill. Named so because the face on the $50 bill is the 18th President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant.
Courtesy of Nas' song "N.Y. State of Mind" on his debut album "Illmatic":
"Or either on the corner bettin' Grants with the Cee-Lo champs, laughing at baseheads, tryin' to sell some broken amps"
Fun ass game in which one person hides a belt and asks a group of people to find it. The person who hid the belt can help the people find it easier by saying degrees of temperature(i.e. hot, warm, cold) as a metaphor to describe their proximity to the whereabouts of the belt. After the person finds it they yell "Hot peas and butter!" and the other participants have to run back to base before they get their ass whipped with the belt.
"I found it! Hot peas and butter! Ya better get back to base before I whip that ass!"
1. The act of taking one's own life.
2. A fun game which is played on a handball court. A group of people are further away from the wall, behind the person with the ball. The person in front throws the ball against the wall, while the others try to grab the ball to take over as thrower. If anyone drops the ball in an attempt to catch it, or if it hits your body in any way without you catching it, you have to run to the wall and say "Suicide" before someone throws the ball at you and hits you really hard. If you make a bitch move
attempt to deflect the ball so that the other players couldn't get to it before running to the wall, you are punished with "boomps", in which you have to stand against the wall, stick your ass out, and get hit with the ball by every player on the court. The number of boomps and the rules of boomps vary from place to place.
DeSean: "Yo let's play suicide, son! Your ass still sore from when you knocked the ball away last time! Ha-ha!"
Louis: Fuck you!
Not difficult, facile
That math test was mad light.
A synonym for producer, but not so much because a producer's task may be a little more complex than a beatmaker. Basically the person who does the beat for a song, including melody, samples, etc. More common in hip hop and rap than any other form of music.
Yo fam, who's a better beatmaker, Kanye West ot Just Blaze? I mean, "Song Cry" was hot, don't get me wrong, but "Heart of the City" and "Takeover" got hotter beats! Kanye is the man for making those beats!!!
*All aforementioned songs are on Jay-Z's 2001 album, "The Blueprint".
1. Rapper Jay-Z's 1996 debut album. Considered by many to be one of the greatest rap albums ever.
2. Legal term for when there is a plausible reason to believe that someone has not committed the crime of which they are being accused.
1. "The Black Album" was tight, but "Reasonable Doubt" is still Jigga's best album.
2. The witness was unable to place my client at the crime, therefore you have reasonable doubt annd you have to acquit my client.
1) MTV show which debuted on TV in 1992 and explores the lives of seven strangers as they live and work with each other in a different locale every season. As of March 2004 is in its fourteenth season, San Diego.
My man Jacquese is funny as hell on The Real World San Diego.