Caught That? Jay Z Makes Another Reference To ‘Lemonade’ On New Pusha T Track

CHICAGO, IL - JULY 24:  Jay-Z (L) and Beyonce perform onstage during the "On The Run Tour: Beyonce And Jay-Z" at Soldier Field on July 24, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Larry Busacca/PW/WireImage for Parkwood Entertainment)

Caught That? Jay Z Makes Another Reference To ‘Lemonade’ On New Pusha T Track

Looks like Hov's number one inspiration is still wifey.

Published May 31, 2016

The Carters are all about hiding Easter eggs in their lyrics and visuals — from Beyoncé's "hot sauce" baseball bat to Jay Z's reference to his wife's visual album in his verse on Fat Joe's "All the Way Up" remix — and the sharp folks at just found another one.

Looks like Hov borrowed a lyric from his wife's LEMONADE hit "All Night" for his bars on Pusha T's "Drug Dealers Anonymous," which was just released moments ago. On the track, Jay raps, "I’m a course of miracles with this shit / Nothing real can be threatened, nothing unreal exists."

The line was also used in "All Night," when Bey sings about the impermeability of her relationship with (we presume) Jay, but in fact it actually gets even deeper.

According to Genius, the line is actually a reference to the book A Course in Miracles, which is a favorite of Jay and Bey's and may have been part of their spiritual development over the past few years. According to the annotation, "The books is a popular text in 'spiritual psychotherapy,' an approach to psychology that focuses on the spiritual side of an individual to aid recovery."

And, it turns out, LEMONADE wasn't the first time the Carters mentioned the quote in public. Peep this tweet from Jay last year, when TIDAL amassed one million subscribers:

If that isn't a clear sign that nothing about these two is what meets the eye, we don't know what is.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: Larry Busacca/PW/WireImage for Parkwood Entertainment)


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