," Kendrick told MTV News on Saturday in New York City

If you remember our 2dope conversation with ScHoolboy Q back in November, Q said Kendrick Lamar had left him no choice but to make a classic record (or rather a "hell of an album" that he wants us to judge if it's a classic or not). Flash forward to this past Saturday in New York City, Kendrick Lamar tells MTV that the only advice he has is for Groovy Q to be... Groovy Q.

Any advice I would give to Q is really just continue to do what he been doin'. It's definitely the big leagues, but he got it. I ain't gotta tell him too much, because we sat in that studio throughout them years together and planned out what's to come in the future (also stated in our previous convo with Q), and the future is now, so he already know. Just continue doin' what he been doin', and everything else will prosper behind that.

When asked if he thinks ScHoolboy Q feels any pressure after the overwhelming success of good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick responded with.

I haven't asked him yet, but when I go in those sessions and he in there, he comfortable. He's excited more than anything, and I think he feels the same way that I felt before my album came out.

One thing is for sure, with both Q's Oxymoron and Ab-Soul/JMSN's Unit 6 on the horizon, TDE ain't slowing down anytime soon.

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  • HUSTLE

    i know jay rock went through hell to get his album out, but why take so long to release anything new... i think people forget how dope he actually is!

  • Rob. C

    ^^^^ I agree. Jay Rock is a beast on the mic and to me is the leader of TDE, but where is the new material. We got the latest song which i think was good, but not great, "Yola". We need a mixtape ASAP and then a new album. but regardless it's Black Hippy for life. #HiiiPower