Kendrick Lamar Teams Up With Drake for ‘Poetic Justice’ Track
Kendrick Lamar's 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' is one of the most hotly anticipated albums of the fall -- and you can hear his collaboration with Drake, 'Poetic Justice,' a week before it's officially released.
Using a sample from Janet Jackson's 1993 hit 'Any Time, Any Place,' the song reunites the duo, who previously worked together on Drake's track 'Buried Alive,' further proving that the distance between Compton and Canada isn't too far to travel as long as you have the right beat and a couple of microphones.
Lamar's first official full-length release, 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' also finds him working with Jay Rock, MC Eiht, and Dr. Dre, as well as a small army of producers that includes Pharrell Williams, Scoop DeVille, and Just Blaze. The set was previously teased with singles 'The Recipe' (which ultimately didn't end up making the final track list) and 'Swimming Pools (Drank).'
Lamar's label has yet to announce an official third single, but judging from the online reaction to 'Poetic Justice,' this might be a good place to start. Check out the song below, and let us know what you think.
Listen to Kendrick Lamar Feat. Drake, 'Poetic Justice'