Ghost ride the whip and etc. Keep it real. I much prefer to keep it fake, but that’s just me. I never got wrapped up in the whole rap lingo thing. I can barely speak English, so I avoid learning new languages. I nonsensically mutter enough as it is. I’m not sure what I’d sound like when you combine it with the subtleties of gangsta rap.
Good day, gentlemen. Would you care to direct me to where da hood at? You see, it doesn’t sound right when I do it. I enunciate it all wrong. My attitude isn’t in the right place. I haven’t participated in enough drive-bys or robbed enough liquor stores to get the right feeling. I’ll never be da realest gangsta around.
Anyways, I cold never ride a tricycle at 60 MPH with no shoes. That’s keeping too real. I’m afraid that I’m considered a straight busta, or something along those lines.
Although I’m a straight busta, I can see that they missed a golden opportunity with the soundtrack. Anything other than Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangsta by the Geto Boys is wrong. There’s no other acceptable songs. If you have a video where you’re keeping it real, you need to show the world that you’re feeling good about your gangstaness.
Here’s a great example of keeping it real reference:
(Warning: Lots, and lots, and lots of salty language)