Posts Tagged ‘Anderson .Paak’
Been official that “Come Down” was a hit. But remixxing it somehow makes us wanna say it’s official… again! Guess that is what a remix is s’posed to do, huh? Haaa! Check it out. This one includes Ty Dolla $ign and ScHoolboy Q in on the jam.
NxWorries with a visual for another single slated for the “Yes Lawd!” remix LP.
“Scared Money” – directed by Calmatic – is a homage to the film Paid in Full, set in the year 1988. The section part of the video contains a remix of “Best One,” produced by Knxwledge, from a forthcoming, full-length Yes Lawd! remix album.
Good programming here. This OTHERtone show on Pharrell’s iamOTHER channel. Check out this extended ‘preview’ clip. But hold up… Dr. Dre put out 90% of .Paak’s work (and we still don’t get ‘Detox’)?? Doesn’t even matter if we believe it or not, it’s just a dope thing to say.
For the first OTHERtone episode of 2017, Pharrell Williams and Scott Vener are joined by Anderson Paak. Tune in on Beats 1 every other Sunday at 12PM PT / 3PM ET.
Having seen .Paak perform with the Free Nationals on The Tonight Shown Starring Jimmy Fallon, and already posting on the audio & album earlier, there had to be a “Come Down” video coming down the pipe, right? Come on!
Anderson .Paak and his band The Free Nationals… Much of their sound is layered atop a soulful Hip-Hop foundation; from there, your safest bet is to call it a hodgepodge of genres in the best way possible. Guitarist Jose Rios and bassist Kelsey Gonzalez inject a hard-rock edge into the Hi-Tek-produced “Come Down,” this set’s opening number. When you hear them play the first few jazz chords of “Heart Don’t Stand A Chance,” it’s hard to simply call this R&B…
But what you can call this is a dope set, a mini-concert, a NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Yeah, call it that. Now listen to the band and .Paak.
Yes, the dude that set Dr. Dre’s “Compton” project on fire with his contributions (esp. on “Animals”) stops in to chop it up with The Breakfast Club. Anderson .Paak discusses his come up, the struggle with homelessness and couch-surfing with his family, signing to and working with Dr. Dre, his musical influences (Andre 300, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams) and more. It don’t stop. Gotta keep it pushing for the “Malibu” project.
Mac and .Paak come through before you knew with the REAL visuals for their “Dang!” collabo effort. Embedded above. DAMN if they did not load this video with some premium Eye Candy. Whew! You’re welcome.
New Mac Miz musica! This is “Dang” (featuring Anderson .Paak) off “The Divine Feminine” LP (due out September 16, 2016). Love the dance energy on this. Beat by Pomo.
(Gonna hold off on calling this a music video. Animated audio. Call it that. Cool?)
Jimmy Fallon welcomes Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals, who turn in an energetic performance of “Come Down” (featuring Tip ‘T.I.’ Harris) for The Tonight Show audience.
Interesting. Rehearsal is where .Paak is the most nervous. MESSAGE! Practice is where perfection is made. See the quintessence of that sentiment in this short clip showing Anderson .Paak and Dr. Dre putting their show together. It doesn’t just ‘come’ together. They PUT it together!
Aftermath’s next, Anderson .Paak brings his mentor Dr. Dre to the Coachella Valley stage; Beats by Dre gives the exclusive look behind the scenes. From rehearsals to Dr. Dre’s house, watch the moments that prepared them for their first performance together.
Early release from producer TOKiMONSTA’s “FOVERE” album entitled “Put It Down” …featuring Anderson .Paak and KRNE and …a whole lot of madness mixed in with some Eye Candy (but the kind with razor blades that moms search for in Halloween bags)… all smashing on the bass drrrropppp! Wow. Just wow. Oh… and you can just pre-order the full-length below.
Now you’ll be able to cop this on the iTunes in a couple of days as part of the “Malibu” LP download. But why would we ever withhold dopeness from our people? We wouldn’t. Check out this “Come Down” (produced by Hi-Tek) off that. You can pre-order the LP below, too. If you want. Now.
POMO on the track with additional vocals by Omarion and horns by Brasstracks. This joint is loaded! Oh, Anderson .Paak got ScHoolboy Q to go in on “Am I Wrong.” Sounding right to us.
One of my favorite songs off of Dr. Dre’s new “Compton” album is “Animals” produced by DJ Premier featuring this artist right here!
Up and coming West Coast Rapper/Singer Anderson .Paak was featured heavily on Dr. Dre’s latest album “Compton” which was inspired by the new film “Straight Outta Compton.” Anderson performs and provides the meaning behind an important track to him on the album, “Animals” which was produced by Dr. Dre and DJ Premier.