Check out Kendrick Lamar’s GQ+A interview in which he explains whether the scenarios in the now certified gold good kid, m.A.A.d city are real such as the incident with Sherane, and if his dad ever got his Domino’s. Kendrick also addressed the interviewer’s view point on LA rappers having an “inferiority complex” amongst who he would like to go toe-to-toe with lyrically and having Dre as a mentor.
Here’s an excerpt below regarding Kendrick’s view point on how to get better at rapping:
GQ: How do you get better at rapping?
Kendrick Lamar: You really have to travel. I could have told you, “You’ve got to write every day.” Of course you’ve got to do that. But you really have to get out and see different things. I can’t stay in Compton. Things get redundant after a while; that’s not the lifestyle any more. You’ve got to get out and travel.
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