Flying Lotus shares the story of his work with Kendrick Lamar on "To Pimp A Butterfly."
As we learned last year when the producer said Kendrick Lamar "took all of [his] beats," Flying Lotus found a big fan in the L.A. rapper. First linking up for "Never Catch Me" last year, the two L.A. artists now appear together on To Pimp A Butterfly's opener, "Wesley's Theory." Despite the fact that that's the only song credited to FlyLo on the new album, he apparently played a pretty big role in influencing Kendrick's direction on the album, according to a new series of tweets. Check out what FlyLo has to say about his role below.