Los Angeles native Anderson Paak is gearing up to drop his new album “Oxnard”.
His third studio album is the first album to be released under Dr. Dre’s legendary “Aftermath” record label. Just yesterday we posted about the artist spitting a fire freestyle to the “Get Money” beat.
Today we’re happy to find out that news surrounding his album just got better. While touring to different outlets to promote his album, Anderson let the cat out the bag at “The Angie Martinez Show”. He confirmed some heavyweights would be on the album including: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole, Pusha T, and Q-Tip.
He specifically gave further details around the feature with J.Cole “Him and Dre was working and I was opening up for him on his last tour,” he said. “He was like ‘Yo Dre played me something, this crazy one,” .Paak recalled, explaining how Dre’s preview won Cole over. “It was unfinished, so I needed something…he was in town when I was working on it, I was wrapping it up. And I was like ‘If you around, pull up’ and he pulled right up.”
Anderson Paak, also threw out there that him and Chance recorded something that may be on Chance next project. Oxnard drops on November 16th.
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