Kendrick Lamar opens up to Rolling Stone and speaks on DAMN. near everything pertaining to his career and even some anecdotes of his personal life. The Compton artists begins with his transition to Pop and declares that anyone that uses ghostwriters cannot be considered the best. Going from the very political album that was To Pimp a Butterfly to the more Pop album that is DAMN. was difficult, however Kendrick made the switch virtually seamless. Lamar touches on why he doesn’t speak about the President, what Bono taught him and even the temptations of stardom. Read Kendrick Lamar’s full interview by clicking the link below.


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