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We told you about this heat rock of a record a few weeks back in our recap of good kid, m.A.A.d. city, but now here it is in it’s entirety. 

Kendrick Lamar and Drizzy Drake come together on this record that sounds like  a sure shot single that samples Janet Jackson‘s “Anytime, Anyplace.” This record is called “Poetic Justice,” and marks the first collaboration from the two since the two created “Buried Alive,” on Take Care. 

The two, who previously toured on the first leg of the Club Paradise tour earlier this year as well. Get a listen to “Poetic Justice” down below. Something tells us this song will be around for a minute.

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