I said, "Shit I'm chilling
Trying to stack these millions"
Kanye is throwing down the symbolism and allegory in layers. In the parable, all the people of the earth have one common language, and they set about to build (“stack”) a tower to the heavens. It follows that “stack these millions” refers to money being the universal language (a sentiment familiar to his G.O.O.D. Music signee Pusha T). This gives context to his use of both Spanish and Italian later on.
But Kanye’s genius goes much further. In this parable, God sees the tower being built and says, “and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.” Kanye then understands his godliness in part by his boundless imagination, something reflected most recently in his New York Times interview and most significantly in his label’s namesake which is referenced earlier in this song (and the official website of which is currently host, in a wonderful coincidence, to this multilingual .gif).
This hamartia however prompts God to go down and scatter the tower builders and “confound their language.” This is the Biblical explanation for multiple languages, but since Ye already explained his universal language is money, this implies that God will, in the very least, mess up his money situation (which is expressed later on in the album).
However, we all know that Kanye is getting paper.
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