.Paak has shared several videos and pictures of the two together mixing and engineering his album as well as the lit shoe closet Dre has, which holds his entire collection of white Air Forces. Aside from completing the new effort, the southern Cali native teased a collab with Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar a few weekends back and today the final product has been released.
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With the “Bubblin’” still on everyone’s playlist, .Paak’s eclectic and unique take in hip-hop has put Anderson in a lane that not many rappers are taking. The Lamar collab is another one of those tracks that could only be pulled off by both .Paak and Kendrick.
On the new “Tints” track, Anderson and K. Dot vibe over the infectious lead single. Produced by Om’Mas Keith and .Paak, the offering marks the third time the pair have worked on music together with their first collab back in 2015 for Dr Dre’s Compton and earlier this year Anderson appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s curated Black Panther: The Album.
Back in May, Anderson stopped through The Cruz Show to talk about his album and how it has been working with the legend Dr. Dre and what he noticed of Dre’s work ethic.
He’s always working on something..I was coming out of rehearsal and I thought I was gonna go home and get some rest, and he’s like, ‘Can you pull up bro, I want you to hear something.
Check out Anderson’s Cruz Show interview above and listen to the new “Tints” track below.