Business Man

  • Dizzee Rascal cautions on this track about staying in your lane.

    Done with the mortgage
    Coulda had a bigger house
    But I got it figured out
    So I bloody bought it
    I ain’t gotta forfeit


    He explained the lyric to Q Magazine: "Obviously I've been around a lot of excess. You feel like you should do things because you see other people do things, but you can't afford it so you buy things that stress your life out when really you could just chill."

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