After tearing down his set at the Pitchfork Music Festival, Kendrick Lamar stopped by WGCI’s Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot to give some more details on his next album, good kid, m.A.A.d city. Kendrick explained that his album would not feature many guests, believing that he still has something to prove as a solo artist. "I'm selfish on this album," he said. "A lot of people get into my situation, they feel that they made it already. They wanna grab all these producers, all these names.”
Another topic that has been buzzing in hip-hop is his recent friendship with Lady Gaga. During Kendrick’s set at the Pitchfork Music Festival, she was seen showing support and tweeting about his music. "That's a good friend," he said. “She just reached over on Twitter. Just being a fan of the music. We come from two different worlds, as far as the music we doing."
K. Dot added that she’s a fan of hip-hop and praised his sound for being refreshing. He also believed that Gaga reaching out was a prank. He had to double-check her Twitter account to make sure it was really her. "There be so many fake accounts on Twitter and stuff, so I had to really go through and check. It was her, most definitely." Watch the rest of the interview above.