What do bars mean in rap?

In the lyrics “Bar, bar, bar / Bar, bar, bar, bar” , these words actually mean “bar/club”. This is what the definition of “bar” on Rap Genius is: Bar and Club.

Bar is short for Big Bar. Big Bar is also referred to by the rapper as Big Bar, or Big Bar (or just Big Bar). This word is used in rap songs, as the name is used frequently in the lyrics. If we just use the name of the song (or the song itself), you would also be able to spot that rappers use big and and also short for this word.

There are different definitions for the word bar . You can check Rap Genius Dictionary to see the different definitions.

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