Anderson .Paak Releases His New Album Malibu ft. ScHoolboy Q, Talib Kweli, & More : Must Hear Hip-Hop Album

Anderson .Paak Releases His New Album Malibu ft. ScHoolboy Q, Talib Kweli, & More : Must Hear Hip-Hop Album - Featured Image

Anderson .Paak hit the industry by storm after being the most featured artist on Dr. Dre's unexpected 2015 album Compton. Since then he's managed to keep the buzz growing with tunes like "Am I Wrong" ft. ScHool Boy Q and the recent single "Room In Here" ft. The Game last month. 

He now further solidifies his unique place in hip-hop with the brand new album Malibu. The project is .Paak's sophomore album and serves as the continuation of his 2014 debut album Venice. The 16 track, experimental Malibu recruits the likes of ScHool Boy Q, Talib Kweli, BJ The Chicago Kid while also securing production credits from Kaytranada, 9th Wonder, Madlib and more. Effortlessly transitioning from the soft spoken "Celebrate" to the funk-driven "Come Down," the California artist showcases his bountiful skills and tastes. Blending hip-hop with R&B, funk, and soul, the styles and sounds cultivated by .Paak are unlike anything we've heard before. Stream Malibu below and head over to iTunes to grab the album in full!

Anderson .Paak - Malibu | iTunes

 

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