Kendrick Lamar on the Best Rap Verse of All Time
The lyrical genius from Compton has shared what the greatest rap verse of all time is. Unsurprisingly, he's staying loyal to the West Coast
Deciding on the greatest single rap verse of all time seems like a mammoth task. Not for Kendrick Lamar.
In a recent interview with Variety Magazine, Kendrick was asked what he thought was “the greatest single verse of all time”, and he didn’t stray far from his West Coast roots.
“Probably have to be Snoop Dogg’s” he replied easily. “Hey, one, two, three, and to the four, Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr. Dre... First rap I learned”. Kendrick is talking about a verse from Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s ‘Nuthin But a ‘G’ Thang”, a 1992 hit from the album 'The Chronic'.
Even though he didn’t give the greatest verse of all time to himself, he did reveal in the same interview with i-D that he believes ‘FEAR.’ is his greatest lyrical accomplishment. “These verses are completely honest.”
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