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first_imgAnderson .Paak is unstoppable. After his incredible collaborations with Dr. Dre on his 2015 album Compton, .Paak started a global assault on the music industry, delivering his huge breakthrough album Malibu before appearing at what seemed like every major music festival around the world. The artists has combined hip-hop and R&B with funk and punk, essentially creating a new genre along the way. His drumming is determined and tight, and his band, The Free National, easily move from one genre to the next in the live setting – ultimately creating a vibe that pretty much everyone can get down to.Now, Anderson .Paak is preparing to move in a new direction, as he will be releasing a new album with Kendrick Lamar producer Knxwledge under the name NxWorries. The duo actually released an EP a few weeks before Malibu dropped, and this new LP is an expansion on the project that they started last year. The new album, entitled Yes Lawd, is due out on October 21st on Stones Throw Records, and will feature nineteen tracks, seventeen of which are brand new, never before-heard recordings. “Link Up” and “Suede” both made the cut from their original EP.The duo have also released their first single from Yes Lawd, called “Lyk Dis”. Paak’s crooning vocals mix perfectly with Knxwledge’s sultry, J. Dilla-esque beat, and the result is a smooth, catchy and introspective R&B number. Check out “Lyk Dis” below, and also check out the music video for “Suede”, originally released in August 2015.last_img

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