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 production, a quirky mix of piano, headnodic percussion and wordless vocal samples, the West Coast buzzmaker struggles to find a compromise between his raging libido and his desire to stay in a committed relationship. Anderson’s own hook vocals add to the record’s left-of-center appeal. Celibate is only a loosie, but fans can, of course, keep it locked for the latest from the unsigned buzzmaker.
Written by richard on 07/14/14
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