Kendrick Lamar, one of the lyrically inclined rap artist of generation, dutifully interviews N.W.A ( Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, DJ Yella, MC Ren). In one room filled with black excellence, Kendrick Lamar pulls out the experiences of their rap legacy and its impact on pop culture and art all over the world.
We not only changed music, we changed pop culture all over the world. We did that by making it all right for artists to be themselves. You no longer had to be squeaky clean. We opened the floodgates for artists who wanted to work on this side, artists who wanted to be raw. - Ice Cube
N.W.A. has much more to be grateful for as "Straight outta Compton," which debut August 17, 2015, accumulated 56.1 million dollars on its opening day far exceeding expectation. They speak so humbling about the production of S.O.C while offering their formula to success: Be yourself.
...But the rawness wasn’t in the world until N.W.A said it was OK for you to be yourself - Ice Cube