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Anderson .Paak is a critically-acclaimed, Grammy-nominated singer, rapper, drummer, and producer—but how is he with hot food? Find out as the multi-talented musician scurries up Mount Scoville with host Sean Evans, one hot sauce-drenched vegan nugget at a time. Along the journey, Anderson discusses opening for Beyonce, defends his Coldplay obsession, and gives details on his new Dr. Dre-assisted album, ‘Oxnard.’

This week, Rosenberg sits down with Anderson .Paak to discuss his upcoming album “Oxnard,” his special relationship with Mac Miller and more. After that, Joey Purp and Torae stop by for some heated debate about the week’s news, from Vic Mensa and XXXTentacion to Quavo’s new album and the future of Migos. Then, Rosenberg he goes Rolex shopping with the legendary Ric Flair. 

Anderson .Paak is gearing up for a brand new album and after teasing his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, today, that track has been released in “Tints.” If there is a ton of this on the way… we can’t wait for the new album. Make sure you listen in below and enjoy!

From the outside, it might seem like Anderson .Paak arrived, fully-formed, out of nowhere. But that’s not really true. Most of us met him in 2015 as one of the key voices on Dr. Dre’s Compton — a gig he got after stumbling into a meeting with the legendarily fastidious producer and impressing him with a freestyle that made the album’s final cut. Not long after, Anderson turned even more heads with his Grammy-nominated album Malibu. Read more…

In mid-May, Anderson .Paak debuted his latest single “Bubblin,” featuring production from AntMan Wonder and Jahlil Beats. The whimsical video is directed by Calmatic, who also created the visual for .Paak’s 2016 song “Come Down.” In the clip, .Paak enjoys spending a seemingly endless stream of cash from a magical ATM.

Dr. Dre is currently putting together Anderson Paak‘s new album, but before that drops we get the remix to his latest single “Bubblin.”  The track is moving numbers all across the board right now, so an added Busta Rhymes verse takes it to a new level. Listen in below and enjoy!

Desus & Mero talk to Anderson .Paak about the fame barometer of youth, working with Spike Jonze, having 75,000 unreleased songs, what it’s like working with Dr. Dre, Q-Tip, and Busta Rhymes, and changing his name from Breezy Lovejoy, working on a weed farm and more. Check out the interview above and enjoy!

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