Last week, Anderson .Paak officially released his latest album, Ventura, via Aftermath. Executive produced by Dr. Dre, the new record comes as a quick follow-up to .Paak’s acclaimed late-2018 release, Oxnard, which was recorded during the same session. .Paak’s new album boasts a number of exciting featured artists including hip-hop heavyweight André 3000 (Outkast), iconic soul singer Smokey Robinson, Lalah Hathaway, the late Nate Dogg and more.
On Friday, Anderson. Paak & the Free Nationals performed at Coachella for their weekend two kickoff, and enlisted some notable guests to help out throughout his set. First, .Paak invited up R&B vocalist Brandy to offer a helping hand on “Jet Black”, off of his Ventura album. Anderson .Paak later called on Jay Rock to assist on “King’s Dead”, a tune off of Black Panther which was originally performed by Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake, and Mike Will Made-It. Jay Rock also performed his Redemption track “Win” alongside .Paak.
Anderson .Paak would go on to perform a plethora of select Malibu, Ventura, and Oxnard cuts, as well as a tribute to the late Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle. .Paak offered up a moving performance of “Dang!”, his collaborative track with Miller.
Watch videos from Anderson .Paak’s weekend two Coachella performance below:
Anderson .Paak ft. Jay Rock – “King’s Dead”
[Video: Kendrick Lamar News]
Anderson .Paak ft. Brandy – “Jet Black”
#AboutLastNight @4everbrandy joined @AndersonPaak on stage at #Coachella as they performed their song #JetBlack from his new album #Ventura!!! #4everteambrandy support #LinkInBio!!! #Brandy #VocalBible #AndersonPaak #RnB #Brandy2019Takeover #Coachella2019 #MainStage pic.twitter.com/Zmt9ZntE1K
— #4everTeamBrandy (@4everTeamBrandy) April 20, 2019
Anderson .Paak tribute to Mac Miller & Nipsey Hussle
— billboard (@billboard) April 20, 2019
For a full list of his upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to Anderson .Paak’s website here.
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