TDE’s Kendrick Lamar is currently at work on his major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city as he takes some time out to give an update on the project, and reveals some of the albums details.

In a recent interview with CBS Music, the Compton rapper revealed that he will keep the features on good kid, m.A.A.d city very limited, as he explains:

“I’m selfish, it’s all me,”

K Dot adds:

“I’ve got to pick what feels right. I never go into it thinking, ‘I want to get these people on there.’ No, I don’t force nothing and right now it’s turning out to be all me.”

Although the features are limited, Lamar stated that his Black Hippy crew, Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q and Jay Rock, will make appearances on the LP.

As the interview wrapped up, Kendrick explained the reason for the limited guest spots:

“People get in this position and feel like they need the big producers, the big artists. Nah – I’m still hungry. I want to show and prove to the non-believers.”

Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city is slated for an October 2nd release.