ITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOESExplanation The start of "Guillotine", which has become immortalized with the song.
"That seatbelt is to protect us, not him." Explanation MC Ride wearing a seatbelt in "Guillotine" comes as somewhat as a Narm and makes Ride looks like a Rule-Abiding Rebel.
The split-second image of MC Ride with his arms raised to his head while he's yelling "Guillotine" from said song has been used as a reaction image or used in a variety of different memes.
NOIDEDExplanation It's a word that's been around since the 90s to mean "annoyed", but has been repurposed in the lyrics of "I've Seen Footage" to mean "paranoid". In practice, most Death Grips fans use it in the context of "excited" or "psyched".
I'M THE COAT HANGER IN YOUR MAN'S VAGINAExplanation A line from "Deep Web". Has become (in)famous for being one of the more nonsensical bits of lyricism in their discography.
AWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOOWOWOWOWOOWOWOWOWOWOExplanation The start of "Blood Creepin'".
I am the beast I worship.Explanation From "Beware". The full phrase that it's a part of is "I close my eyes and seize it / I clench my fists and beat it / I light my torch and burn it / I am the beast I worship."
Ride's relationship with Anthony Fantano.Explanation The bond between Ride and (in)famous music critic Anthony Fantano has been interpreted by many to be in the Ho Yay realm (evoking many a fanfic to be written). This wasn't helped by the fact that Exmilitary was one of Fantano's most favored albums of 2011, and The Money Store received his first ever 10/10.
Their cult status on 4chan's /mu/ board, much like Fantano's.
OH SHIT I'M FEELIN ITExplanation A line from "Takyon", often crossed over with other memes like "feels"◊ or Shulk's very similar "I'm really feeling it" line, which is a meme of its own.
Basically every The Money Store hook, period.
All of their album covers have probably inspired some parodies.
Admit it, you've been tempted at one point or another to get a Sharpie and write out "NO LOVE DEEP WEB" on your dick.
Ever since they made the futile decision to create Black Google, people have been taking Exmilitary acapellas and instrumentals to make the most inhumane mashups. "Takyon" and "Lord of the Game" seem to be the most favored in this practice.
Fans are fond of replacing the Charles Manson monologue in the intro of "Beware" with similarly insane, long-winded monologues from other media.
DG fans jokingly classifying the band's music as "angry hobo rap" or "meme rap".
*glass breaks*Explanation The start of "You Might Think", and by extent the Government Plates album as a whole. Has been used extensively on 4chan to signify the album, and is often accompanied by the synth sound that follows the glass breaking in the song, which is usually represented in an onomatopoeia that reads "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE".
Jokes about MC Ride being a hobo/homeless.
We got all the coconuts, bitch.Explanation One of the many memorable lines in "Hacker".
MY FAVORITE COLOR IS "OHMYGODBITCH"!Explanation A more recent meme, originating from the Title Track of The Powers That B
"BLOBLOBLOBLOBLOBLOBLO OH NO BLOBLOBLOBLOBLOBLOBLO HOT HEAD" Explanation The now infamous intro to "Hot Head".
MC Ride wearing giant googly eyes in the video for "Inanimate Sensation".
Death Grips is online. Explanation On September 4, 2017 late at night, the official Death Grips Twitter started retweeting tons of posts featuring the phrase "Death Grips is online," or other variations, only to stop 10 minutes before midnight. The account later continued retweeting, and as of this being written (September 6, 2017) the account is retweeting a post about every 5 seconds. Eventually, it was revealed that the first track of Year of the Snitch is called "Death Grips Is Online".
“mr. grips and the boys”Explanation A joke nickname often given to the band by fans.
Stefan’s love for Jimi Hendrix has become a relatively common inside joke amongst fans.
Zach here, thanks man. Explanation Originating from the Death Grips subreddit, a birthday post for Zach Hill was responded to with this phrase. The phrase is often used to sarcastically pretend to be one of the band members, with the appropriate member's name replacing Zach's.