Podcast: EOPS Counselor talks the importance of Kendrick Lamar’s ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’

Portrait of Adam Freas in recoding stuido in PAC room PAC 113 building . 10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.comPortrait of Adam Freas in recoding stuido in PAC room PAC 113 building . 10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com
Portrait of Adam Freas in recoding stuido in PAC room PAC 113 building . 10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com10/14/15 | Christopher Williams staff photographer Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com

City College EOPS counselor Adam Freas sits in a recoding studio in PAC 113. Christopher Williams | staff photographer | Chris@christophercarlwilliams.com

City College professor and EOPS counselor Adam Freas is one of many fans impressed by hip-hop recording artist Kendrick Lamar’s meteoric and divisive sophomore record “To Pimp a Butterfly”.

Recently, Freas discussed with me the impact and importance of Lamar’s album.