Say is this home
Widely received, whenever I touchdown
Call me Young Touchdown, nothin' deeper than the end zone
Lupe already starting with an extended football metaphor.
It’s called touchdown when a plane hits the surface, I’m assuming he just made it back to his home (Chicago).
He is greeted by all his family and friends most likely.
Picture him as a ball, he gets thrown to a wide receiver (Doesn’t matter who because everyone will be welcoming him after he lands) and gets caught in the end zone (Chicago his home). Their is nothing after or in this case deeper than the end zone. So he’s happy to be there and will be staying there for now
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