New Video: Kendrick Lamar – ‘Poetic Justice (ft. Drake)’

Published: Friday 22nd Feb 2013 by Sam

With a savvy a flow and solid beats, Aftermath star Kendrick Lamar has emerged as one of Rap’s most exciting prospects. And while many before him have been crowned with such status, few have been able to sustain it.

However, if the video for the 25 year old’s latest release ‘Poetic Justice (ft. Drake)’ is anything to go by, the Compton native has little to worry about.

For, the cinematic clip is – like Lamar’s rise – an engaging watch. What’s more, anything that samples Janet Jackson‘s classic Slow Jam ‘Anytime, Anyplace’ is right with us.

Check it out after the jump…

Lamar’s critically hailed debut good kid, m.A.A.d city’ is in stores now.

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  1. BeyWhoUWanna February 22, 2013

    DRIZZY!! Three cheers for Hip Hop.

  2. JanetXone February 22, 2013

    I f****** love this and i don’t even like rap.

  3. Lana Del Slay February 22, 2013


  4. MCThePlaceToBe February 22, 2013

    OK now this is really good.

  5. TurntUp4Cici February 22, 2013

    Why can’t Ciara make videos like this anymore.
    i swear yall, if she doesn’t slay this time im handing in my stan card.

  6. Nika February 22, 2013

    held my attention…

  7. OVOForever February 22, 2013


  8. ARTPOPPINIT February 22, 2013

    Giving me mid 90s tease tbh.

  9. MarinaWantsTheD February 22, 2013

    F****** love the s*** out of this!

  10. ANTHONY February 22, 2013


  11. the real xoxo February 23, 2013

    one of the weaker tracks on the album.
    This would sound SO MUCH better and classier without the cliche “if you a bad b**** put yo hands up high” at the start.

    • RICHANDBLACK11 February 23, 2013

      No it works perfect

  12. 2livefortv February 23, 2013

    Glad that dark skin sista has was lead in the video.
    Not just a typical video Light skin girl….thanks we all needed

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