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American English Vocabulary from this Video

beat - rythm or percussion (drums) in a song

don't give a monkey's- in this context "give a monkey's" means to not care

ding dong- the sound made when you ring a doorbell

peek-a-boo- a game played with children

sov- short form of "Lady Sovereign"

bloody- In America "bloody" is just used for emphasis. In Britian it is considered to curse/swear word.

flows- refers to the words or series of ryhmes in a rap song

gonna- a colloquial way to say "going to"

Coz- short form of "because" (same as "cuz" or "'cause")

badder- in this context "badder" means better

mic- microphone

backhand- a slap with the back of the hand

hater- someone that hates people that are better than they are

bit- a small amount

pint-size- very small

huff and puff- breathe in and out heavily

hater- someone that hates people that are better than they are

boogie man- a scary monster

old school- something that is, or is done by old standards or in old ways

track- in this context track means "song"

hard core- extreme, extremely

wanna- colloquial way to say "want to"

oii- like the word "hey"

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