Last month, it was revealed that Kendrick Lamar was looking to release his Drake-assisted track “Poetic Justice” as the second single to his widely successful good kid, m.A.A.d city. Now, in a recent interview with MTV, the Compton rapper discusses some ideas he has for the song’s video.

Kendrick revealed that he’s looking to secure Janet Jackson, who’s song “Any Time, Any Place” is sampled in the beat, to make a cameo appearance in the video. He said that he would like to arrange the appearance without the help of managers, but rather as “artist to artist.”

“I would say ‘Poetic Justice,’ that’ll be a good follow up single,” he said. “That’ll be a blessing [if Janet Jackson were to appear in the video]. Janet, c’mon, Janet. No paperwork with the managers, contact the managers. This is artist to artist. This is a young boy that looked up to you for years. Please, yeah, video, Janet Jackson ‘Poetic Justice.’ It’ll only be right.”

Check out the full interview below.

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