Anderson Paak, by any measure at all, has had an absolutely massive 2015. Forget the fact that he’s got a full project on the way with the new prince of drunken drums, Knxwledge, as the haze-for-days duo NxWorries. This is the kid whose brilliant rasp landed him as the most consistent player on Dr. Dre‘s first album in 15 years, Compton, alongside some of the game’s brightest stars (Kendrick Lamar, Jill Scott and Snoop Dogg just to name a few.) And with his own Blended Babies-produced EP gifting us with wavy joints left and right, there’s simply no shortage of dopeness from Paak these days.
Today, he’s let loose a kaleidoscopic clip for the latest slow-burner “Make It Work” which bears contributions from The Social Experiment‘s horn-man Donnie Trumpet and a verse from Asher Roth. Watch the video for Anderson Paak’s “Make It Work” below and grab a copy of the freshly-released self-titled EP on iTunes today.
Sep 26 @ Uptown District – Oakland, CA
Nov 25 @ Populux – Detroit, MI
Nov 27 @ Mod Club – Toronto, Canada
Dec 01 @ The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
Dec 02 @ Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
Dec 03 @ Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY
Dec 04 @ The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
Dec 05 @ U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
Dec 08 @ Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
Voodoo & Old Donuts.