A phrase that is commonly used to end arguments. Once said there is nothing you can say to come back you just have to accept that you didn't say it first and repeat the phrase back to the person to acknowledge your loss. Can also be used as a sign of confusion or when being blamed for something usually said with a shrug of the shoulders and a wild look in your eyes.
21 Savage's second full-length studio hip-hop album, the follow up to his debut album Issa Album is arguably his best full-length project to date. Despite his successful collaborative project with producer Metro BoominSavage Mode, this album truly lived up to its name, 21 Savage is definitely showing his maturity, loyalty to his gang and the street life as well as his self-awareness on his album, making him undoubtedly greater than he was. The album received very positive critical acclaim and surprised the rapper's fan base with unexpected featuring artists such as J. Cole on the opening track, a lot.