of a person, performing well;
of a statement, accurate, true to life
Collocates joint14, rhyme7, I'mma4, joint4, homie4, game3, beat3, flow3, gat3, smoke3, thug3, god2, slip2, joint2, bitch2, weed2, sucker2, check2, DJ2, hood2, for real, game, green, grill, hate, heat, hella, Hennessy, hoe, honey, hood, how we do, hype, ice, j's, jake, jam, kicks, knot, live, mayne, money, no doubt, pack, peep, phat, po-po, ride, rock, roll, roll with, scrill, shank, sheisty, soldier, spit, static, steez, strapped, stuntin, tight, tree, trip, Vogue, white, X, yo, Zenith, diss, B, beef, bent, blunt, buck, bump, bumrush, burner, cat, chicken, club, crack house, dis, dog, down, down with, drop, dump, flavor
Etymology from the 1930s in sense meaning "accurate", "relevant"
Turn around, get ready, keep your eye on the clock, and be on point for the future shock
[Back In Black]
We'll rock on point, and turn all curves
Am I sharp and on point to rock ya this way?
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