Kendrick Lamar shows interest in being on Drake's forthcoming album, "Nothing Was The Same."
Kendrick Lamar is currently the talk of the rap world, with Big Sean's leak "Control (HOF)" making the rounds and reaching not only hip-hop lovers but even those fans on the outskirts of hip-hop (TMZ even posted about it...). One of the rappers Kendrick name-dropped was Toronto native Drake. And even though the two are competing within the game, they are also friends, who may collaborate together on Drizzy's Nothing Was The Same album-- as Kendrick says, "God willing."
During an interview with Radio Kendrick Lamar discusses the possibility that he'll make an appearance on Drake's album. The Compton native simply replies, "God willing, hopefully."
As the discussion turns to the possibility of a Watch The Throne-type collaboration between Kendrick and Drake, K. Dot says they'd have to do something new-- as that has already been done. "That would be crazy, right?," Kendrick said of the idea. "Nobody ever asks me that. (Laughs.) But I don’t think we could do that because it’s already been done. Probably have to try and do something new."
The good kid, m.A..A.d city rapper also confirms that he's still working on a script for a short film of the same name as his debut album. He speaks on the difference between writing lyrics and writing a script for a film, saying, "It’s a big difference as far as putting my focus into it and not really being distracted. But it comes from the music, it shouldn’t be that hard to structure. I want to make sure I direct all my attention into it. If I do this, make a short film, I want to make sure I put my all into it."