Compiling a kernel on the device natively?

We have rooted devices running chrooted linux easily avaliable. That got me thinking. I have a shield TV, and want to do some kernel hacking. There's linux with native aarch64 support, so why not just work in the chroot? Anyone ever compiled android kernels on a native arm processor? I'm wondering if I'd still need to cross compile, or if maybe I could just use native compile tools. Thanks for reading, hope we can get this moving. I'm hoping to get this thing a custom kernel for better Linux support, and maybe some overclocking if possible.

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