Anderson .Paak has become as well known for his live performances as he has for his studio recordings. The electrifying singer/rapper is a rare multi-talented breed that pours a high level of energy into his shows while he simultaneously plays the drums.
This time, .Paak joins NPR for their ‘Tiny Desk Concert' series where artists perform, unplugged, in front of a small group of people. He plays "Come Down", "Heart Don’t Stand A Chance" and "Put Me Thru" off his Malibu album, in addition to the fan-requested "Suede”"off his collaborative NxWorries project with Knxwledge. It's a nice change of pace to see .Paak deliver an intimate, seated performance. Watch below and enjoy!
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