Suga Free is a god amongst men, so when To Pimp A Butterfly dropped, people were saying Kendrick cribbed a couple flows from the legend:
DJ Vlad caught up with the luminary to ask him about his influence on Kendrick’s new album, and in the video above he admits that he heard himself on the album. He mentions “King Kunta,” but here’s his conclusion: “The music gonna change, but phonk music…it’s etched in stone, it’s rubbed in the cement. It’s always gonna come back to the phonk.”
Watch the short interview above.