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When Kendrick Lamar delivered a classic with ‘good kid MAAD city’ in 2012, nobody saw it coming. The Compton rapper shook up the game with his second studio album, so much so that its impact is still universally felt a decade later.

The album apparently only scratched the surface of the stories Kendrick had to tell. “There were so many things I thought he was gonna talk about in good kid that he didn’t,” said Kendrick’s manager Dave Free, who remembers the days when K-Dot couldn’t be spotted with a backpack, lest he be labeled a conscious rapper. “All these other stories, shit that will blow your brain, have never been heard before because they’re just too personal. There’s still so much to be said. The question is, is he gonna say it?”

Longtime collaborator Derek “MixedByAli” Ali’s sentiments still ring true today: “Watching Kendrick is like watching a master chess player playing five games at one time… He can do five songs in one day. He’ll start one song, then he’ll be like, ‘I’ma start on this.’ ‘I’ma go back to the old song.’ ‘I’ma start on this.’ There’s just so much going on in his head.” 

In 2014, we sat down with @kendricklamar as he reflected on the success of ‘GKMC’ in the midst of creating his next album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly.’

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