When Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city dropped in 2012, even then it was easy to predict that the album was going to be incredibly influential for years down the line. That’s how good it was, is, and will always remain to be. But whether that meant artists were going to get more autobiographical, or take on the dirty production, or even use the style of the artwork, we weren’t sure. Skits have been around for decades before that album, but Kendrick’s debut made them special, utilising them so heavily in the storytelling process. One of the artists heavily influenced by the album, in terms of skits, concepts, production and even vocal choices, was Tory Lanez with his own debut, I Told You. But how much of an impact did it have on the way the project is received?