Anderson .Paak ‎– Oxnard - 2019 R+B Hip Hop 2LP

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Anderson .Paak ‎– Oxnard

Aftermath Entertainment ‎– none, OBE ‎– none, 12Tone Music‎– none
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Lacquer Cut At – Sterling Sound
"Black Vinyl" On Bar Code Sticker.
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25 Jan 2019
Hip Hop


A1 The Chase
Featuring – Kadhja Bonet

A2 Headlow
Featuring – Norelle

A3 Tints
Featuring – Kendrick Lamar

A4 Who R U?



B1 6 Summers
B2 Saviers Road
B3 Smile/Petty
B4 Mansa Musa
Featuring – Cocoa Sarai, Dr. Dre



C1 Brother's Keeper
Featuring – Pusha T

C2 Anywhere
Featuring – Snoop Dogg, The Last Artful, Dodgr

C3 Trippy
Featuring – J. Cole

C4 Cheers
Featuring – Q-Tip



D1 Sweet Chick
Featuring – BJ The Chicago Kid

D2 Left to Right



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( C of S ) " As you might expect from a project executive produced by Dr. Dre, the beats are rich and rewarding. .Paak and Dre team up on “Mansu Musa”, an ode to opulence named after the 14th century African emperor thought to be the single wealthiest individual in history. .Paak has a voice like liquid smoke, one of the great rasps of modern times, and he’s equally comfortable singing or spitting bars. “Who R U?” is a rap showcase that straight slaps. On “Trippy”, he brings his soulful crooning to a woozy tale of love.

The guest verses are surprising and strong. Pusha-T (“Brother’s Keeper”) and BJ the Chicago Kid (“Sweet Chick”) nearly steal their songs. Q-Tip continues his late-career renaissance with “Cheers”, and on “Anywhere”, Snoop Dogg sounds positively awake. But the best collaboration — and indeed, the one truly great song on the album — is “Tints”, featuring Kendrick Lamar, a lush and glorious ode to putting the top down and driving slowly through the sunshine." 

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Color Black