Anderson. Paak is without a doubt the man of the hour.
After making a stand out appearance on Dr. Dre’s LP Compton: A Soundtrack By Dr. Dre, the 29 year old blessed the masses with his own body of work, Malibu that has been warmly received by critics, and on repeat by anyone who has the luxury of hearing.
Now, just two weeks after the album’s release, Paak took to Twitter to announce he’s found a new home to further create his sound, Dr. Dre’s Aftermath records.
Aftermath gets the last laugh 💨🍃🍂🍃 pic.twitter.com/Byu9ELOXtZ
— Andy (@AndersonPaak) January 31, 2016
“I want y’all to say what’s up to the new Aftermath representative. Anderson. Pack baby!” Dre said in the 10 second video.
The singer-songwriter-producer and rapper’s 16 track record features guest appearances from BJ The Chicago Kid, TDE’s Schoolboy Q, The Game, Rhapsody Talib Kweli and Sonyae Elise.
Congrats to Anderson. Paak, and if you haven’t purchased Malibu, go on ahead. This time, the hype is actually worth it.