Anderson .Paak Songs

Anderson .Paak - Luh You Artwork
Song: Luh You
Anderson .Paak is so talented it’s kinda not fair. In his Booth features to date, the West Coast phenom’s proven himself a a top-shelf singer/songwriter and beatsmith, and now I learn than he can... More
Posted one month ago
Anderson .Paak - Miss Right Artwork
UPDATE: We’ve added Jay Ahn-directed visuals to Miss Right. In the final week of October, we’re going to be inducting Anderson .Paak into the ranks of DJBooth Top Prospects. Loyal... More
Posted 5 months ago
Anderson .Paak - Drugs Artwork
Song: Drugs
Last we heard from Anderson .Paak, it was December of 2013 and he was mourning a lost love on his understated rendition of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Maps. The So-Cal native’s first feature of... More
Posted 7 months ago
TOKiMONSTA ft. Anderson .Paak - Realla Artwork
Featuring: Anderson .Paak
Song: Realla
Damn, TOKiMONSTA‘s new promo single is smooth. Like, for Realla. The West Coast electronic buzzmaker’s first feature on our pages, this freshly-minted loosie finds her crafting a warm,... More
Posted 8 months ago
Anderson .Paak - Celibate Artwork
No, Anderson .Paak hasn’t joined the priesthood. He is, however, in the midst of a temporary Celibate period thanks to his steady girl’s reluctance to get it on. Over Duke Westlake‘s... More
Posted 8 months ago
Editor's Pick
Anderson .Paak - Might Be (High) Artwork
I’m starting to see a theme here. The last Anderson .Paak/Lodef collab was titled DRUGS, and now the pair return with Might Be (High). Whereas DRUGS was harder than a PCP and bath salt cocktail,... More
Posted 11 months ago
TiRon x Ayomari ft. Anderson .Paak - My Supernova Artwork
Featuring: Anderson .Paak
Back in September 2011, Los Angeles buzzmakers TiRON and Ayomari launched their collaborative relationship with digital full-length A Sucker for Pumps. Two and a half years later, the... More
Posted one year ago
Editor's Pick
Anderson .Paak - Maps Artwork
Song: Maps
Album: Cover Art
With its memorable melody, emotional sweep and romantic theme, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ 2004 breakthrough single is perfect material for an R&B makeover. As a matter of fact, it already received... More
Posted one year ago
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