He is in his own class, above other rappers. An allusion to lanes of a highway.
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He doesn’t think the spotlight is any better than regular sunlight, so therefore it’s not worth pursuing.
He used to get angry all the time, but now he controls it, realizing that it doesn’t do him any good.
Everybody else is just in it for the wealth and the cars, while he talks to his “angels” when he’s in the booth. The rapper Macklemore made a similar line on the song “Life Is Cinema.”
The booth is an instrument that God created
To record us trying to find him
He attempts to influence America’s youth through his rap.
His way of praying to God is rapping.
He’s headed for the top of the rap game, and he’s bringing his fans with him.
His style has changed over the years, through his album The New Golden Era and his mixtape I Am Us.
Plays off the two previous lines. Rats are caught in traps with poison. Yonas is trying to help others avoid the trap mentioned.
He doesn’t trust any corporate label, so he stays independent. Of course, it goes beyond that: he’s talking about high-level corporate entities in general. Yonas takes an anti-consumerist stance.