Anderson .Paak is one of the most electrifying performers out right now. It’s no surprise that he has roots in gospel music. The West Coast dynamo takes things back to basics with the help of an equally enthused gospel choir from his hometown of Oxnard, California. It’s especially important to note that Paak’s sister Camille . . .
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, currently known to the world as NxWorries, are back with a video for “Sidepiece.” Released via Stones Throw Records, the quirky video features some interesting animation courtesy of Ruff Mercy, and a live rendition of the soulful tune. Watch the video for “Sidepiece” below.
Between his Yes Lawd project with Knxwledge and his own solo work, Anderson .Paak is damn near impossible to overlook. The multitalented West Coast superstar returns to his debut album, Malibu, with a new video for “Come Down.” Watch the video for “Come Down” below.
Before Anderson .Paak was approaching household name status, he was known for his frequent collaborations with Knxwledge. The two are back at it with the release of “Get Bigger / Do U Luv,” leading up to their forthcoming collaborative album, Yes Lawd. Look for the album to release on October 21st. Stream “Get Bigger / . . .
“All that I know, there is no one who wants it more than me.” LIKE has been making moves with Pac Div for years, but his newly released “Mission Road” record with Anderson .Paak is the prelude to even bigger things to come. The West Coast veteran is gearing up to release his debut solo . . .
Thane, Anderson .Paak and BJ The Chicago Kid‘s “Responsibilities” is a mournful, soulful single that isn’t afraid to delve into the less glorious side of the lives than many of us live. The newly released video is surprisingly colorful and psychedelic, featuring animation courtesy of Japanese art collective BRDG. Watch the video for “Responsibilities” below.
Mac Miller and Anderson .Paak‘s “Dang” has received overwhelmingly positive feedback since its release, and the funk-infused groove is already back at the forefront today with a colorful visual accompaniment. Watch the video for “Dang!” below, and pre-order Mac’s The Divine Feminine album today via iTunes.
Mac Miller is gearing up to release his The Divine Feminine project in September, and he makes a major splash with “Dang!”, a mellow grove featuring Anderson .Paak. The song was premiere via Zane Lowe, on Beats 1 Radio. In regards to the project, he told Zane, “It’s an album that’s all about the journey that . . .
Jamaican-born, British-raised singer, songwriter, and producer Knox Brown makes a splash with his socially and politically conscious single, “No Slaves.” The sound, filled with live instrumentation and lush vocals, carries a degree of tension that matches the dissatisfied nature of the song’s lyrics, which expresses dissatisfaction with societal expectations for life’s possibilities. Knox told Pigeons&Planes, . . .
Anderson .Paak is in the midst of a huge breakout season, and as someone who just saw him perform at Broccoli City Festival last weekend, I have to say that the hype is well deserved. To continue his forward momentum, Anderson is embarking on a ‘Malibu World Tour.’ Check out the full list of dates . . .
April 15th is the date set for Snakehips to drop their All My Friends EP. Most recently, the UK duo released “Money On Me” featuring California’s Anderson .Paak to continue fueling them towards their release date. Stream “Money On Me” below.
After a series of mixtapes over the years, Odd Future affiliate Domo Genesis has announced the title of his debut album, Genesis, which will release on March 25th. With that announcement, Domo also gave us the lead single, “Dapper,” which features Anderson .Paak. “Dapper” is a funky tune in which Domo showcases his lyrical prowess and flow, backed by a smooth hook . . .
It’s great to see these two reconnecting for another NxWorries release, even as they both continue to see more success individually. Anderson .Paak links back up with Knxwledge for a “Link Up” video that feels like a scene from a classic black movie in the vein of Friday. The video takes place in a convenience store, . . .
Two rising stars at different levels of ascension connect on “Worry,” as uniquely gifted vocalist Jack Garratt connects with breakout West Coast star Anderson .Paak for a record that is equal parts funk, rock, soul, and future. Anderson has always had plenty of swagger, but this time around he breaks things down on a basic . . .
Anderson .Paak just keeps bringing the quality. The West Coast up and comer has had one hell of a year, and doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon. “Room In Here” is a piano laden jam that features a solid guest verse from The Game and lush supporting vocals from Sonyae Elise. Stream “Room . . .