Anderson .Paak "All In A Day's Work" Documentary (Feat. Dr. Dre)

Posted by , Apr 28, 2016 at 03:21pm

Anderson .Paak and Dr. Dre get ready for Coachella in a new documentary.


Anderson .Paak is up.

Last year, the 30-year-old singer was a struggling singer who attended Coachella as a fan. Then he scored an appearance on Dr. Dre's and Compton and released AOTY contender Malibu. This year, you'd be hard-pressed to find a festival .Paak and The Free Nationals are NOT performing at.

In a new mini-documentary "All in a Day's Work," named for one of .Paak's song on Compton, follows him as he prepares for his Coachella set. The doc sheds light on .Paak and Dre's chemistry.

"The people I like to work with, you know their voice from the first syllable," Dre said.

Said .Paak: “It’s fun to work with a producer that is versatile and has a great ear and knows how to get great vocal performances out of you. I can hear it, it’s like night and day when I work with him on a song and when I work by myself. And after I was done working with Dre, I had a different approach of how I went into the studio. It was just more tenacity."

Check out "All in a Day's work" and read HNHH's illuminating interview with .Paak here.

Anderson .Paak and Dr. Dre get ready for Coachella in a new documentary.

Anderson .Paak is up.

Last year, the 30-year-old singer was a struggling singer who attended Coachella as a fan. Then he scored an appearance on Dr. Dre's and Compton and released AOTY contender Malibu. This year, you'd be hard-pressed to find a festival .Paak and The Free Nationals are NOT performing at.

In a new mini-documentary "All in a Day's Work," named for one of .Paak's song on Compton, follows him as he prepares for his Coachella set. The doc sheds light on .Paak and Dre's chemistry.

"The people I like to work with, you know their voice from the first syllable," Dre said.

Said .Paak: “It’s fun to work with a producer that is versatile and has a great ear and knows how to get great vocal performances out of you. I can hear it, it’s like night and day when I work with him on a song and when I work by myself. And after I was done working with Dre, I had a different approach of how I went into the studio. It was just more tenacity."

Check out "All in a Day's work" and read HNHH's illuminating interview with .Paak here.

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