Slang dictionary we want all the smoke [wee wont awl th uh smohk] Published September 19, 2019 What does we want all the smoke mean? We want all the smoke is a hip-hop phrase used by a member of a group to signal they are ready to battle. It originally referred to gun battles but is now used of friendlier challenges. Related words square up, let’s go, brothers in arms, Spida Where does we want all the smoke come from? The Knowles Gallery / Flickr The phrase we want all the smoke first appears in the June 2017 song “All the Smoke” by hip-hop artist 21 Savage. The smoke in the phrase refers to gun smoke. 21 Savage uses the phrase to refer to shooting people with an AK-47 rifle: Watch me whip a O, watch me whip a O (21, 21) We want all the smoke, we want all the smoke (21, 21) D-R-A-C-O, D-R-A-C-O (Draco, Draco) Shoot ’em in the face, shoot ’em in the nose (21, 21) In October 2017, rappers Future and Young Thug would release their song “All Da Smoke,” which again references gun violence. After the release of these songs, professional athletes began using we want all the smoke to instigate taunts and challenges to their opponents. We want all the smoke! pic.twitter.com/t0Hz5blbR2 — Kavon Frazier (@Kay_BlackSimba) November 12, 2017 We want all the smoke … — Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) October 21, 2017 9-4 we want all the smoke….. pic.twitter.com/6NAjFAwLPK — 7⃣ Leonard Fournette (@_fournette) December 11, 2017 Examples of we want all the smoke Nigeria playing Argentina next. Winner advances. We want all the smoke!!! 🇳🇬🇳🇬🇳🇬 @Prestonlgwe, June 2018 We don't gotta do no hoe shit to sell records, you bitch-ass ni**a. Fuck outta here, ni**a. Tell that bitch-ass ni**a Tory Lanez to hit us, ni**a. We want all the smoke, all the fades. Call whoever you want to call, ni**a. We in California on the regular, you bitch-ass ni**a." Joshua "Southside" Luellen (quoted), Complex, March 2018 Me.me SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses we want all the smoke? Thanks to athletes using the phrase in trash talk, we want all the smoke is most often used to mean your team is ready to take on any challenger. It is the same as saying “Bring it on!” The team is to blame. We want all the smoke. We don’t run from competition, we run towards it. https://t.co/J7BXZxKQLa — Blake Antzoulatos (@blakeantzoulato) May 16, 2018 Champions are mentally the strongest. Go out and there and compete. We don’t get intimated you are your own competition. We want all the smoke #GEAUXTIGERS #FOREVERLSU @LSUTrackField — Nethaneel M-B (@NethaneelMB) February 24, 2018 WE WANT ALL DA SMOKE. It started on Instagram, now John Wall is talking trash to Drake to his face. LIVE STREAM: https://t.co/Uvk3ibqA3C pic.twitter.com/LmTPSoLMun — NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) April 14, 2018 WE WANT ALL THE SMOKE😉!!! #35cheer #TheBestandThatsFacts #WhoWantIt???? pic.twitter.com/mog8mQu6bq — #35Cheer❤️ (@_35Cheerleaders) August 2, 2018 Just Added Dark Brandon, phrogging, I said what I said, quiet quitting, back to school necklace Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of we want all the smoke like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of we want all the smoke that will help our users expand their word mastery.