Kendrick Lamar and Rick Rubin sat down for an interview for GQ. The two met at Rubin's Shangri La Studios in Malibu having never met before. And the vibe between them flowed so perfectly that they actually began collaborating on new music following the interview. Watch the hour long interview below as the two musical greats talk musical influences, meditation habits and the making of To Pimp A Butterfly.

"I have ideas and I have a certain approach. But I wanna see what it manifests. I wanna put all the paint on the wall and see where that goes. Maybe you can help me with that," Kendrick said about working on what's next.

"It’ll always have some type of DNA in my music. But me, as a person, I grow. I'm like a chameleon. You know? That is a gift and a curse for me. But more so a gift, because it never puts me in a box. And my ability to express and still make the connection wherever I go, that is my high point. That’s something I pride myself off of."