Okay, these niggas wanna be sleek
It's nine in the morning
I ain't been asleep yet
I though sleep was for billionaires
I think I'm the last of the street niggas left
Meek has no time for sleep. He works into the night, through the night, and into the morning until it is 9AM and he is still going at it. Sleep is for billionaires, and he has not reached that status, so it does not look like he will be sleeping until he does.
The last part could be a jab at certain rappers in the game. Meek grew up on the streets of Philly and raps about his hardships coming up through the hustle. Meek seems to think he’s the only real rapper around. Nowadays there a number of rappers who did not grow up on the streets, but lived a much different lifestyle. Meek seems to be calling out artists such as Drake who boast about a street lifestyle they never lived.
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