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A Year of Lil Wayne: "King Kong"

Get the chips and the dip, friends, it's Saturday night!

by Kyle Kramer
May 20 2017, 10:27pm

Day 242: "King Kong" – Da Drought 3, 2007

When you hear "I got King Kong in the trunk"—playing out of, naturally, your nearest trunk-rattling set of speakers—there's only one way to complete the idea:

And I feed him banana clips
And let him sing, like Gladys Knight and the Pips
I'm just stickin' to the muthafuckin' manuscript
Understand, I'm tryna get the chips—and the dip

Get the chips and the dip, friends, it's Saturday night!

(Side note: Isn't it great that Lil Wayne makes a Pharoahe Monch reference in this song? Who ever said Wayne wasn't real hip-hop?)

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