Producer Scoop Deville Talks His Come Up, Making Of Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice” [Video]
Producer Scoop Deville has some bangers on his track record, including Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock,” Fat Joe’s “(Ha Ha) Slow Down” and Kendrick Lamar’s “The Recipe.” Most recently it’s his production of K. Dot’s smooth Janet Jackson sampled “Poetic Justice” that’s been getting all the rave reviews. Scoop recently sat down with DJCityTV to discuss and demonstrate how he made the track.
“I heard [“Anytime, Anyplace”] on the radio. Of course, when I hear certain things it will move you a certain way,” he said of what sparked his conception of the beat. [“Anytime, Anyplace”] is one of the sexiest records of our time. It was a big record. Hearing it the way that I did, I said, this would be crazy if I flipped it. We went back to the studio and I just kept vibing with it. Everybody at the label was just vibing with the song and the idea. I had no idea Drake was going to be on it….Sample hip hop, 2012, it’s like a whole new steez.”
Check out the entire interview and SD breaking down how he created the beat, below.