Now it's bigger things, grew up and got bigger dreams
The more money he gets, the more expensive things he can buy. However, he’s never satisfied: he always wants more. With the consumer culture that exists in America, people are rarely ever content with what they have, they always want to have something bigger, better, faster, sleeker, thinner, etc. Apple comes out with a new iPhone every couple months even though the current model is already amazing, and yet people flock to the stores to buy the new ones simply because they are new. Is Meek Mill criticizing this attitude? Or is he celebrating it, telling us to always strive to outdo ourselves?
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