Posted by , Nov 19, 2016 at 05:42pm
Anderson and Dre seem to be working on music fairly regularly.

The first time many began paying attention to Anderson .Paak was through his memorable appearances throughout Dr. Dre's Compton. Since then, he's been getting some serious acclaim as a solo act, but he hasn't stopped working with Dre, as he explained in an interview with Power 106.

"Whenever I’m in town I just go over there and kick it with him and make something, and we just put it away," he said, suggesting that the two have been working on some new music recently.

We work really fast," he said, explaining that the two like to get in the lab and get creativity flowing with some Hendrick's gin. "He’s always inspired off of something and I’m always sending him stuff when I’m on the road ... I’m always making music so I’m always sending him ideas."

In 2016, Anderson has released both a solo project (Malibu), and a collaborative album with Knxwlege (NxWorries), as well as guesting on songs from the likes of ScHoolboy Q, Mac Miler, Domo Genesis, A Tribe Called Quest, and many more. 

Watch his full interview below.

Anderson .Paak On His Ongoing Work With Dr. Dre: "I’m Always Sending Him Ideas”

Anderson and Dre seem to be working on music fairly regularly.


The first time many began paying attention to Anderson .Paak was through his memorable appearances throughout Dr. Dre's Compton. Since then, he's been getting some serious acclaim as a solo act, but he hasn't stopped working with Dre, as he explained in an interview with Power 106.

"Whenever I’m in town I just go over there and kick it with him and make something, and we just put it away," he said, suggesting that the two have been working on some new music recently.

We work really fast," he said, explaining that the two like to get in the lab and get creativity flowing with some Hendrick's gin. "He’s always inspired off of something and I’m always sending him stuff when I’m on the road ... I’m always making music so I’m always sending him ideas."

In 2016, Anderson has released both a solo project (Malibu), and a collaborative album with Knxwlege (NxWorries), as well as guesting on songs from the likes of ScHoolboy Q, Mac Miler, Domo Genesis, A Tribe Called Quest, and many more. 

Watch his full interview below.

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