Kendrick Lamar made a huge impact a few months back when he released the highly-anticipated follow-up to good kid, m.A.A.d city, To Pimp A Butterfly. Since the March release of that LP, he's been involved in all sorts of promotional interviews, features and appearances. In the wake of TPAB's release, even his home-state honored him and took notice. Recently, during the overseas promo run for his latest LP, Kendrick stopped by Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show for an expansive, enlightening interview. Speaking to the revered media personality, Kendrick touched on subjects ranging from life in Compton, his current goals and "being a role model" to his favorite Dr. Dre records, his experiences with Dre, the impact the legendary producer-rapper has had on him and more. Kendrick also talks about some other, non-rap music he's into. For those Kendrick Lamar fans with twenty minutes to spare, this is essential. You can check out the entire exchange between Kendrick and Annie Mac below.