Anderson .Paak Assists Mr Probz On "Gone"

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August 31, 2017 19:36
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Anderson .Paak & Mr. Probz connect on "Gone."


Dutch singer Mr. Probz has been dropping some singles here and there over the course of 2017. While many of his fans are always on the edge of their seat waiting for more, today he returns with a great new single. With the assistance of L.A.'s Anderson .Paak, the two of them releases their highly infectious new single "Gone." 

While Mr. Probz maintains his career as not only a singer but a musician and actor as well, this catchy new song talks about living life with their busy schedule. Anderson .Paak was clearly a great fit because has been keeping himself really busy over the course of 2017 playing the majority of major festivals globally.

Over funky production, the two of them detail how because they got so much going on, they aren't able to stay in one place for a long time. It's a catchy song with solid production backing it. While Mr. Probz holds down his own, Anderson .Paak definitely comes through to shine, as he does on any of his features. It's another song that's going to make you feel like your summer should be extended.

Mr. Probz hasn't released a new project since 2013's The Treatment. He's still been putting out some dope music but this may be the beginning of some sort of future release. If it is and this serves as the first single, it's definitely a good indication of what he'll be getting up to on it. 

Hopefully we get more from Mr. Probz. On the low, he's been involved in hip hop for quite a few years now. He's actually worked with some heavyweights in the past and has lent his vocals for some notable names including 50 Cent, M.O.P, Action Bronson, Joe Budden and more. Hopefully, we see him do some more vocal work with hip hop. He has a smooth, notable voice that's been proven to work with some of hip hop's finest artists.

Quotable Lyrics
Say, you won’t see me in one spot for too long 
Had my drinks I got deep thoughts that you want
I put five in this jukebox 
And still got a bit more time before they play my song

 

 

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