If you recently binge-watched season two of Stranger Things, not only are you not alone (duh), but you're in good company. In a recent interview with Variety, Kendrick Lamar disclosed that the last show he rolled through was indeed the ever-popular Netflix original. He gave it a thumbs up, by the way.

In addition to Stranger Things, Lamar noted that the most recent great movie he saw was Get Out, for the entertainment value as well as the substance. When transitioning, K Dot then dished on being inspired by the likes of Tupac, Sade, Anita Baker, and Snoop Dogg, while stating that Snoop has the greatest verse of all time.

Also, we find out the Lamar is a fan of actually buying physical records, and that if he wasn't rapping, he would probably be dabbling in astrology.

For more from K Dot and Variety surrounding his recent cover shoot, press play above, then follow here.

Now watch Kendrick alongside Rich The Kid in "New Freezer."

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