On the newest episode of Elliott Wilson‘s The Truth on Jay-Z’s Life + Times YouTube page, the OG weighs in on the hype surrounding Kendrick Lamar’s major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d. city.
“It’s a concept album, it’s a full body of work. It’s not just a bunch of records put together,” says WIlson. “He pays homage to Compton and the history of Compton, but he brings a fresh new perspective to it. So it sort of a real backdrop, it’s just what the album says. A Good kid in a mad city.”
Do you think the album is as good as advertised, or is it all hype? Let us know down below after you watch this video.
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