Anderson .Paak and Knwxledge have merged into one as Nxworries. They released their debut EP as a duo, Link Up & Suede, at the end of last year, and now they’ve decided to bless our ears with Yes Lawd!.
Andy and Knwledge vibe very very well together. Yes Lawd! is a nineteen track album that features OG favorites “Link Up” and “Suede” from the EP, as well as several amazing newbies including “Scared Money” and “Lyke Dis”. There are a couple of tracks that are just simply instrumentals, but .Paak’s lovely vocals compliment the majority.
Mac Miller released his visual for “Dang!” featuring Anderson. Paak. In the retro video below, the two talk about their relationship issues. The track is expected to be included on Mac’s upcoming album The Divine Feminine, set to drop on Sept. 16.
Mac also announced The Divine Feminine Tour and will be making three Texas stops. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10AM. Snag them below:
Hiatus Kaiyote’s polyrhythmic sound strokes the psychedelic synapses in any listener’s mind. As the band’s popularity has grown, their music has been treated to a few new spin-offs. Most recently, this version of “Laputa” from Taylor McFerrin with a slick verse from Anderson .Paak at the end has fans reeling with delight. Check it out here & be sure to snatch their new EP, Recalibrations Vol. 1, debuting this Friday the 15th.
KAYTRANDA’s debut album 99.9% is due on May 6th. In the meantime, he’s teamed up with 2016 R&B lovechild, Anderson .Paak to drop “Glowing Up,” a trippy slo-mo joint complete with sandwich dabbing, property destruction, and a majestic python. Check out the video below.
LA Rapper/Singer Anderson .Paak has dropped some new funky heat with BJ The Chicago Kid. Anderson .Paak gained alot of exposure in 2015 with his new music and contributions to Dr. Dre‘s Compton. His lyrical skill and soulful vocals showcase the gospel elements within hip hop. The LA rapper has just released a new album entitled Malibu. Malibu features some pretty heavy hitting features including BJ The Chicago Kid‘s contribution on “The Waters”. This track’s groovy bass line is enough to have anyone bobbing their head, but BJ’s additional vocals add soul to compliment .Paak’s funk. BJ’s background crooning sets the overall mood for this “ghetto gospel”. You can listen to “The Waters” below.