And all I wanted was one, 16 ain't enough
Talking that fast money, 15 every month
When your people labelled poor, that motivated me more
All he wants is a million, sixteen bars aren’t enough to spit how big that desire is.
He “talks” fast money — the words he spit earn him lots of money.
He “talks” fast money — he also raps about earning large amounts of money
Double Entendre from the great Rozay!
His people (black people) are streotyped to be poor. This only fuels his desire to prove them wrong.
“All he wanted was one, 16 aint enough” could also mean that like all poor poeple all he wish he had was a million dollars, but he’s on 16 million and he making fast money so even 16 milly doesn’t satisfy his money making ways anymore.
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