Stand on biz

Stand on biz (slang)

Type: phrase, slang

Pronunciation: /stand-on-biz/

Also spelled or known as: Stand on business

Related: Standing on biz, Standing on business, Stand on business

What does Stand on biz mean?

1. To handle or take care of your business.

2. To stick to your word or something you said you would do.

Example sentence: “I have to go back to the studio and stand on biz.”

Stand on biz in songs (rap lyrics):

“I’ma take one to the face, then I go chase that cake, we stand on biz” – Luh Tyler, Stand On Biz.

“My mouth is gold, I did new diamonds I stand on biz, I’m not a coward” – VL Deck, Project Music.

“I don’t stand for cap, don’t cap on me, just stand on biz You say you the captain, bet I capture your whole clique” – Shogee2k, Away From Yesterday.

“Paid my lawyer ten thousand dollars, I stand on biz I ain’t got one yet, but I damn near want a kid” – Kasher Quon, Gold Digging.

“We stand on biz, won’t let shit slide Know when I leave the crib, it’s do or die” – Stunna 4 Vegas, Big 4 Flow.

“2SG 4L (2SG), ain’t no question (I’m 2 Solid Gang), my gang stand on biz” – 2SG Tay, All It Take.

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