YFN Lucci and Meek Mill are “Street Kings” on their gritty new collaboration.
Representing “live from the projects,” YFN kicks off the track with a verse about making it out of the slums, riding with day ones, and never calling off beef.
“Y’all street ni**as trying to make some millions, I know you hear me, but you gotta feel me,” he raps on the chorus. “These ni**as talk about it but they never did shit.”
Shouting out his homies, the incarcerated Meek rhymes about raising hell in a hood of broken dreams, getting expelled before knowing how to spell, and Lil Snupe’s death.
“I manned up and I turned a dollar to a thousand, turned a thousand to a million,” he raps. “Moved my mom from public housing / Had to put her in that mansion / From the hood, I got her out it / And they tell me that I’m losing / Man, you ni**as fuckin’ wildin’.”
“Street Kings” is the latest Meek and Lucci collaboration, following “You Know,” “Hustlin’,” and “One on One.” The new single is set to appear on YFN’s forthcoming album Ray Ray from Summerhill.