UPDATE: Scoop DeVille has disavowed this instrumental version via the twitters, so apparently it is a bastardized recreation of his original beat. Don’t let that stop you from using it on your freestyle tapes though. Just re-label it “Any Time, Any Place” (Chopped & Screwed) I guess.
who’s ever posting the poetic justice instrumental virally. thats not even the right version y’all! please dont put my name on that
More DVD extraz from Kendrick Lamar‘s album of the year contender good kid, m.A.A.d city. This time we get
Scoop DeVille‘s lovely beat for the Drake-featuring “Poetic Justice” which of course is built from a sample of Janet Jackson‘s “Any Time, Any Place” and named for her role opposite Kendrick’s spiritual guru Tupac Shakur in the 1993 John Singleton film of the same title. A dope beat and–sans Drizzy and K.Dot–a bonus for Okayplayers who, statistically speaking, tend to be Janet-lovers and Drake-haters. The numbers don’t lie. Stream or download below:
spotted at HHNM