Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge visit Jimmy Fallon to perform “What More Can I Say” on The Tonight Show.
A Tribe Called Quest took to the Grammy stage and made a bold statement with their performance. With Busta Rhymes and Anderson .Paak joining the fray, the legendary group rolled through some classics and dropped a bomb with a chant of resistance while Bussa Buss had some words for the current POTUS.
Aussie producer Moonbase gets some assistance from Anderson .Paak for the song “It Don’t Matter.”
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge take to the rooftops of Rome for the music video to “Lyk Dis.”
Anderson .Paak dropped by Pharrell and Scott Verner’s Beats1 radio show OTHERtone to discuss a plethora of things that include working with Dr. Dre, Q-Tip and so much more. Check out the highlight video and then head to Apple Music for the full interview.
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge keep the momentum going for their collaborative album Yes Lawd! by dropping the video for “Sidepiece.” Recorded live in the dungeon by Ross Harris, remixed visually by Ruff Mercy.
Anderson .Paak creates the living version of the classic 1970s painting “The Sugar Shack” in the video for “Come Down.”
Pac Div emcee/producer Like is preparing to drop his album Songs Made While High on September 30th and gives us this Anderson .Paak assisted jewel “Mission Road.”
The tandem of Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge have announced a new album coming on October 21st titled Yes Lawd! and drop the first single “Lyk Dis.”
Anderson .Paak’s live performances have been one of the most talked about things regarding his artistry. And if you haven’t had the opportunity to see him perform live, you should probably take some time out of your day and watch he and The Free Nationals perform choice selections off of the Malibu album at the Tiny Desk Concert courtesy of NPR.