Kendrick Lamar seems to have a habit for attracting rap’s dormant superpowers. In this short clip, we see K Dot kicking it in the lab with not one, but two Dre’s, both of whom we’d love to hear new solo stuff from; first Dr Dre (who signed Kendrick to Aftermath) and second, Andre 3000.
OutKast’s experimental genius sits at Kendrick’s right-hand side whilst vibing to to good kid, m.A.A.d. city album cut “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe”, and although we only hear a few words from him (“That shit is excellent, man, that shit is excellent!”), it’s still great to see this association. We already know 3 Stacks has been an important influence on Kendrick’s music (you only need to listen to recent track ”The Art of Peer Pressure“) so hopefully this studio session means they’re making some music together. It’s a musical partnership that needs to happen.
Watch the two-minute clip below:
good kid m.A.A.d. city hits stores October 22nd.