West Coast musicians Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge have announced a summer 2023 world tour for their collaborative project, NxWorries. Set to begin this month, the tour features stops around the world including dates in North America, the UK, EU, and more. It opens in Italy on May 28, with a performance at Milan's Fabrique. The NxWorries tour will see the pair's first performances together since dates 2016 performances in support of their album, Yes Lawd! NxWorries will perform at notable stops like Primavera Sound Barcelona, Parklife Festival in the UK, Blue Note Jazz Festival in NYC, Good Vibes Festival in Kuala Lumpur, and more.
.Paak and Knxwledge collaborated on the song "Where I Go," in October of last year. The track also featured R&B singer H.E.R. NxWorries also released an album of Yes Lawd! remixes in 2017. The album, titled Yes Lwd! Remixes marks the duo's last project outside of the single with H.E.R. Knxwledge has continued to put out music through his Bandcamp page, with his last music being shared earlier this month.
Anderson .Paak And Knxwledge's First Tour In Years
A post was made to the official NxWorries Instagram account announcing the tour. The post is captioned, "@nxworries is going on tour." The caption continues, revealing that there will be "New music from @anderson._paak and @knxwledge coming soon." A link in the bio of the project's Instagram account reveals that the duo have a new song coming out soon. The track, titled "Daydreaming," premieres on May 18, 2023.
Last week, .Paak shared a clip of himself cheering on his frequent collaborator, Snoop Dogg, at his Chanel Cruise Collection fashion show performance in Los Angeles. In January, the artist released his track alongside Cordae, "Two Tens," which was produced by J. Cole. Cordae told Apple Music 1's Zane Lowe that .Paak is "really like, my real friend, like my brother." He went on to reveal that they "literally got a mixtape full of joints with me and .Paak.” The duo announced the track earlier in the month. .Paak has also collaborated in the past with Bruno Mars, Dr. Dre, Busta Rhymes, and more.