Watch Anderson .Paak Perform “Anywhere” on ‘The Daily Show’

Anderson .Paak

Anderson .Paak’s latest album, Oxnard, came out almost a month ago. But the rapper/singer is still promoting the hell out of the project.

WATCH: Anderson .Paak Discuss His Influences, Drumming In New Hip-Hop Documentary Trailer

Anderson .Paak recently appeared on the The Daily Show. While there he performed Oxnard standout “Anywhere,” with the band Free Nationals. The performance was great because Anderson was also on drums.

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What wasn’t as great was Anderson .Paak’s interview with The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. During the interview, Noah didn’t talk, instead having correspondent Desi Lydic ask questions for him. .Paak looked like he didn’t quite understand the bit.

It made for some interesting TV. Watch the performance and the interview below.

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