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.
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 / . . .
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge gave us a brief glimpse into how bright the future of R&B could sound on their 12/2015 release, Link Up & Suede. Today Stones Throw Records announced NxWorries will release their debut full length record, Yes Lawd!, on October 21st. To accompany this exciting news, a new single was also released today from the . . .
Earl Sweatshirt and Knxwledge are the latest to contribute to the Adult Swim soundtrack, with the laid back sounds of “Balance.” Earl’s nonchalant delivery finds resonance amidst Knxwledge’s laid back snare kicks and somber piano melodies. Earl is cold but introspective throughout, as he reflects on his weaknesses while reminding us that “these shoulders [are] not . . .
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, . . .
Never in the history of blackdom did I anticipate seeing Omarion, Ghostface Killah and knxwledge on the same track together, but it’s 2016 and “I Aint Even Done” is here. knxwledge, an experimental instrumentalist who had a big breakthrough as the producer of “Momma” on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, lays down a flute-driven . . .
You might not be familiar with the name NxWorries, but the newly formed duo, composed of Anderson Paak and Knxwledge, just might be on to something with “Suede.” The two prove to be a fitting combination, as they cruise the streets of Los Angeles with plenty of vices available. The video is random, off the . . .
Strone’s Throw Records producer Knxwledge takes us on a trip with short psychedelic visuals for his instrumental “Flyinglizrds.” The video also includes a second beat entitled “Shuremng” that’s also set to be featured on his forthcoming project, Hud Dreams. Fans of Flying Lotus and other experimental production should find fulfillment in Knxwledge’s style. Watch Knxwledge’s “Flyinglizrds” video below.
Knxwledge continues his long streak of musical excellence with Hexual Sealings Prt.8, the latest of his quality, sample-heavy series. You’ll hear artists such as Freddie Gibbs, Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Kanye West, Chris Brown and many more throughout this eighteen-track project. The samples are diverse, but the final products feel remarkably cohesive, woven together from pieces of . . .
Los Angeles producers Knxwledge and Ahhnu adopt new aliases, delivering a new juke-influenced EP called DGM.VOL.1_VATOGATO as Vatogato and Cakedog. Running in at six tracks total, the newly released project pays homage to late footwork pioneer DJ Rashad, creating a chaotic, futuristic, enjoyable mix of mashups and original records with familiar samples. Stream DGM.VOL.1_VATOGATO below. . . .
Los Angeles creative Knxwledge is back with Hexual.Sealings.PRT.7.5, another project full of beautifully crafted R&B and hip-hop remakes. You’ll likely have several “oh wow” moments as different elements from multiple records fluidly flow in and out of your speaker system. Miguel, Ashanti, Anthony Hamilton, The Foreign Exchange, and Ty Dolla $ign are among the artists . . .
MoRuf and Knxwledge link up for “Reminisce,” a jazzy cut slated to be on Steve-Ography’s forthcoming We Are Alive podcast. MoRuf flows over Knxwledge’s pleasantly busy production, simultaneously blurring the lines between emceeing and spoken word and making us feel like we’re in a smoky jazz club somewhere watching a live performance. The end of . . .
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.
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, known to the world as NxWorries, have had their individual success over the years when they’ve spent time outside of their partnership. That being said, they’re an amazing combination when they join forces. They’ve released their Yes Lawd album a week early, much to the delight of dusty loop lovers, hip-hop heads, and . . .
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, . . .