Top songs with business in the title
When it gets down to business, most people don’t joke around, regardless of what type of business. Many artists have gone as far as talking about it in their songs and even using it in the titles of their songs. In our list today, we’ll look at some songs with business in the title.
7 Songs with business in the title:
1. “First Order of Business” by Baby Keem
In “First Order of Business,” Baby Keem lays out his objectives in life, now that he is financially successful, as the title suggests. And the chorus suggests that “thanking his mum” for keeping him grounded would be near the top of the list.
Second, Keem intends to share his wealth with others, relieving his loved ones of “trauma,” especially financial strain.
The third approach is to “perform good deeds” and reap the rewards of positive karma.
On the other hand, the singer is also expressing his gratitude to his special someone by giving them money, as described in the “first order of business” section of the verse. Baby Keem’s other objective is to “shake the poison,” or get rid of any unnecessary stress in his life.
2. “Misery Business” by Paramore
Hayley Williams, the song’s lead singer and primary songwriter, had a crush on Zac Farro, a member of the Paramore band, when they were teenagers. This is basically the rantings of a vocalist who despises the girlfriend of the love of her life.
This description is so vivid that it almost makes you think you’re reading a tale. The singer starts off by insulting the woman who is the subject of the song. She seems to be aware that the person in question is attractive, but she takes great joy in the knowledge that her attractiveness will eventually disappear.
Her rival eventually breaks up with her crush, and the singer wasted no time in claiming him as her own. Therefore, it appears that the ex has a grievance towards her.
Hayley may be implying that she takes pleasure in bringing pain to her adversaries when she declares that she is in the “misery business,” but this is only one possible interpretation of the song’s lyrics.
3. “Bout My Business” by YoungBoy Never Broke Again (ft. Sherhonda Gaulden)
NBA YoungBoy wrote this song with loved ones in mind. The opening exchange is a conversation he had with his grandpa. His mom, Sherhonda Gaulden, even spits some rhymes.
But in YoungBoy’s song, it’s almost as if his mother isn’t there at all. That is to say, he acts in his typical intimidating manner toward potential opportunities, but he may seem a little more reserved than usual.
Even though his rise to fame is the song’s overarching topic (NBA being “about his business”), he doesn’t focus excessively on his fortune.
His mother, on the other hand, comes across as one should expect: she expresses her devotion to her son and gives props to others who are probably other members of their family, i.e., his siblings. They both spoke affectionately of NBA’s late grandmother.
This song, then, features not one but two intertwining motifs. YoungBoy is, unsurprisingly, maintaining his hood status. At the same time, he utilizes his family’s past struggles with poverty as inspiration and a reminder of how far he’s come in his own life.
4. “Everybody Business” by Kehlani
Throughout “Everybody Business,” Kehlani sings directly to her possible partner. For starters, she tells him she has never been hesitant to give her all for him. In addition, she is the type of person that is willing to risk everything for her partner simply because that is who she is.
There’s an implication that others have been trying to smear her reputation, though. To shorten a long story: they’ve been portraying her as a promiscuous ratchet. But she’s convincing her mate that “they’re frontin.” In other words, he should disregard what they tell him.
The song’s title suggests that they are only interested in her “business” as though it were their own, which is consistent with the idea that they are merely gossiping. As a result, she admits that she cannot simply disregard their claims, just as her lover obviously cannot, but she also insists that their statements are without merit.
5. “None of my Business” by Cher Lloyd
The protagonist (Cher) of this song is a former girlfriend who has recently broken up with her partner and discovered that his new girlfriend is giving him a lot of trouble.
In the song, she never outright says whether or not she enjoys hearing about her ex’s current flame’s relationship woes. On the other hand, she tells him he shouldn’t bother her with his relationship issues. Not only that, but she has absolutely zero sympathy for him.
Cher seems to take pleasure in her ex-lover’s problems, despite not directly saying so in the song. As far as she’s concerned, this is a textbook case of karma in action.
6. Family business by Ye
The song’s lyrics were clearly picked with care.
There’s a little section near the beginning where he thanks his loved ones for being there for him and his siblings. After this, he goes into detail about his family’s quirks, from their favorite cuisines to their visits to him in prison. You can see he’s making an effort to let you in on his personal life and the things that mean the most to him.
His devotion to his loved ones is a constant theme in both his life and this song. He talks about his family and about his Grammy win and how they all got together for a photo to commemorate the moment.
7. None of my business by Andy Mineo
Last on our list of songs wtih busniess in the title is “None of My Business”. The song is another example of Mineo addressing hypocrisy. Mineo no longer gives a hoot about the rumors, conspiracies, and harsh critiques that have circulated for years about the Miner League’s founder and his crew. Mineo is devoting his energy to fulfilling God’s purpose for his life, thus our opinions of him don’t really matter.
Andy Mineo cautions his listeners not to let their guard down in regards to the people they associate with, saying, “Bad company be poisoning excellent character.”
Those around us have a significant influence on our own character, thus it’s important to surround ourselves with positive vibes only. Friends and family have a far greater and longer-lasting effect on us than we give them credit for.