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Anderson Paak Gears Up For New Album With “Get Money” Freestyle

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In our Anderson Paak voice “YES LORDDDDDDDDDD”

The Aftermath artist is gearing up to release his third studio album “Oxnard”. His first project dropping under Dr. Dre, will be officially released on November 16th.

Paak brings a unique flow, and vibe whenever he touches the mic. Paak has the opportunity to be the next pop icon, as he isn’t know for being a grimy street rapper. The gifted California native brings about flows and verses similar to that of greats such as Andre 3000, and Cee-lo.

While traveling to promote the highly anticipated project, Anderson Paak stopped by Power 106 to bust a freestyle with LA Leakers. With the freestyle happening over the Biggie and Junior Mafia legendary “Get Money” beat the flow was definitely present.

“I just couldn’t divert the energy,” .Paak explains. “And Dre was big on that too like, ‘Yo man, just focus on this. Lock in. You got a lot of features out there, you’re kinda straight on that.’ I was just like ‘But this is tight. SZA and Solange… everybody’s sending me stuff, I wanna do stuff.’ But you know, I had to really lock in.”

Watch more about Anderson Paak here.

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