The Busta Rhymes assisted-remix premiered on BBC Radio 1.
Kaytranada got his hands on Anderson .Paak's "Bubblin' Remix" featuring Busta Rhymes and took lengths which are frankly quite hard to describe. The Quebec-born producer sent Anderson a revised version to Anderson which he journeyed with overseas, premiering it on a recent trip to the BBC Radio 1 studio in London, England. The Kaytra-remix is kinetic in way dissimilar to Anderson .Paak regular pacing. The difference in their beatmaking methodology centers on their primitive points: Kaytranada on Moog Synthesizer, and Paak on a percussion instrument.
Anderson spoke to host Annie Mac about how thrilled he was with the finished product (on the original remix), before expressing his glee with the revised version as well: "I’m really happy with the Kaytranada remix he just sent, too." Paak stopped short of revealing its commercial unveiling, but within minutes the BBC radio rip surfaced on itinerant SoundCloud accounts.
"Bubblin'" is expected to feature prominently in the run-up to his project Oxnard Ventura, an album Dr. Dre will oversee from a healthy distance. The expectation is that Anderson is perfectly suited to follow his own dimensions (and projections) for the album. When that phase is completed Dr. Dre will apply his finishing skills on the final master copy. The album is expected to drop late this year barring a manic overhaul.
You can listen to the radio leak over at Complex.