“Myron” is the opening track of Lil Uzi Vert’s deluxe version of the 2020 album ‘Eternal Atake.’ Much like Uzi’s long-awaited album, this song too has been an ongoing tease. He first previewed a snippet of the song back in 2018. Let us look at the lyrics and meaning behind this song.
“Myron” is one of the fourteen new tracks on Lil Uzi Vert’s deluxe studio album ‘Eternal Atake (Deluxe) – LUV vs. The World 2’ released in March 2020. Both albums contain some instant bangers such as “Baby Pluto,” “P2,” “Bean (Kobe) featuring Chief Keef, and “Moon Relate.”
In a Tweet, Uzi revealed that fans inspired him to name the song ‘Myro.’
Listen to “Myro” by Lil Uzi Vert
Lyrics Review and Song Meaning of “Myron”
In the chorus of the song, Lil Uzi Vert addresses his lavish lifestyle. He brings brand names such as Supreme clothing, and Jeremy Scott shoes. He also shows his love for big bucks as he says “Only blue, no, green don’t excite me,” which makes sense as the US 100 dollar bill has a faint blue color to it and other bills are all green.
In the first verse of the song, Lil Uzi Verts threatens all the boys out there to steal their girls, mothers and, taking it a whole other step ahead, their aunties as well! A ‘dime piece’ is a ten-cent coin–ten is also the highest rating on a ‘beauty scale.’
Uzi also says that he has two Glock guns names ‘Clyde’ and ‘Bonnie.’ This is aptly named as ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ are an infamous criminal couple who robbed banks and gas stations during The Great Depression. The term ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ are also used to describe relationships that are strong and ‘ride or die’ in nature.
Lil Uzi Vert also mentions his diamonds several times on the song; “Diamonds on my neck so wet, that shit look like Poseidon,” “Pull up extra icy, I’m not playin’ hockey,” and “I got icebergs on my neck, I can sink a ship,” the latter being a reference to the sinking of Titanic. In hip hop lingo ‘ice’ is a reference to diamonds.
In the refrain of the song, Lil Uzi Vert says that everything he has earned is from his love for his work. He got addicted to the road–touring, concerts and touring again. He loved the stress of the work and this lifestyle. This love earned him racks and racks of money and he loved it even more. When you love what you do, it is not stress anymore.
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