Rapper Kendrick Lamar is poised to end a decades long drought in the album of the year category at the Grammy Awards on Monday, and he is the one artist in the running who can boast of an endorsement from the president of the United States.
"I want all of them. Because it's not only a statement for myself, but it's a statement for the culture," Lamar told The New York Times in reference to his nearly record-setting 11 Grammy nominations. "They're all important, because of the foundation the forefathers laid before me. Nas didn't get a ...
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