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If you got a hard copy of Kendrick Lamar's album "good kid,maadc city" on the cover you might've seen: “A Short Film by Kendrick Lamar.” I am sure noone really foresaw him turning it into a movie forreal. WELL, In a recent interview with GQ, Compton’s son and TDE artist Kendrick Lamar hinted at the possible release of his debut album, “good kid, m.A.A.d city” in a short film. This would be no surprise at all because the entire is increidble visuallu and it tells a story so, he only needs minimal to make the album conveyed to camera.
GQ: The album is out and praised. What’s next?
Kendrick Lamar: Visuals… When I call it a short film, I don’t just call it that for the sake of the album. So that’s a hint.
GQ: Are you going to act in it, star in it, direct it?
Kendrick Lamar: Directing for sure. I haven’t really thought about starring in it… I can, because it is me and my life.
GQ: Let’s say you weren’t going to star in it and you could have anyone in the world, who would you have play yourself?
Kendrick Lamar: Anyone in the world? It would have to be somebody… there’s one kid on The Wire, Tristan Wilds [who played Mike Lee].
GQ: Who would you have play your mom?
Kendrick Lamar: I probably get Taraji Henson.
GQ: Okay, okay. Sharane?
Kendrick Lamar: I would love to see Rihanna in my movie [laughs]. Looking at this cover right here, man.