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Watch Anderson .Paak perform “Trippy” on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’

Source: NBC

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Anderson .Paak appeared on The Tonight Show on Thursday (Feb. 21) to perform “Trippy” from his 2018 album Oxnard.

READ: The Secret History Of Anderson .Paak’s ‘Malibu’ Album Artwork

During the interview with host Jimmy Fallon, Paak discussed missing this year’s Grammys ceremony and his shared perfectionism with Dr. Dre, the executive producer of the album.

After mentioning the two albums-worth of music he created with Dr. Dre, the artist alluded to future releases that lean more on the side of soulful elements rather than the “grit” featured on Oxnard. “It’s lots of soul, a bigger tour, and the best teeth in the game,” he says of what’s next for him.

READ: Anderson .Paak Said it Took Kendrick Lamar More than a Year to Record his Verse for “Tints”

Check out the performance and interview below.

Larisha Paul

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