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.