Kendrick Lamar is one of the few artists who upholds his responsibilities as a role model in society. K. Dot’s new album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ is everything hip-hop and minorities needed to hear.. The rapper sat down with The New York Times for a profile , and discusses “being the closest thing to a preacher” for most of his fans who live by his music. In addition, he claims: “My word will never be as strong as Gods word. All I am is just a vessel, doing his work. All in all, the interview is definitely a must-read on Lamar’s inspiration when making his new album. Check it out here.
Kendrick Lamar talks about being the “closest thing to a preacher” and a being “a vessel of God’s work” in new New York Times profile. Do you agree with Kendrick Lamar’s message, and do you think he practices what he preaches?