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Writing a love rap is a delicate balancing act for the street rapper. Bare too much of your heart and you're subject to alienating your more hardcore fanbase. Bare too little and you risk coming off as another heartless rapper running his yap aimlessly about bitches. Borrowing both its structure and sentimentality from Outkast's "Jazzy Belle," "Pussy Money and Weed" finds that balance, as Wayne offsets his more weighty emotional moments ("Oh yes I love her like her Dad told her no man would ever love her") with less serious wordplay ("She's poison and I am Michael Bivins").