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Anderson .Paak & Dr. Dre are Back in the Studio Again…What Do They Have Planned?

Anderson .Paak & Dr. Dre are Back in the Studio Again…What Do They Have Planned?

Anderson .Paak & Dr. Dre are Back in the Studio Again...What Do They Have Planned?
Source: Anderson .Paak
Anderson .Paak & Dr. Dre are Back in the Studio Again...What Do They Have Planned?
Source: Anderson .Paak

.Paak and Dre are back in the studio.

Back in November, Anderson .Paak released his long-awaited third studio album Oxnard. The album was executive produced by Dr. Dre.

Even though the album dropped a couple of months ago, the two are back in the studio. Back at work.

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Over the weekend, a bunch of photos of Anderson .Paak and Dr. Dre in the studio hit the Internet. Also joined in the session was 2 Chainz —  who hashtagged #bucketlist when he posted the pics — King Mez, a member of Aftermath, and producers Honorable CNote and Dem Jointz.

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A lotta fun this am 📸 @focus3dots

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Buff Chainz* 😂

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Last night was MAD REAL…….

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#RapOrGoToTheLeague Or #MakeBeats . . . 📸By @KeepItOnTheLo

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😳🤧💪🏿🙌🏿#RAPORGOTOTHELEAGUE #bucketlist #thebiggest

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Me and my sensei @drdre I learned a lot from watching him since a kid… legendary night to say the least .. more motivated than ever now s/o my nigga @2chainz

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Also seen in the session is Xzibit.

The question remains: what do they have cooking? It should be noted that Anderson, King Mez, and Dem Jointz were crucial components of Dre’s last album Compton.

 

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