The stream of The Anderson .Paak – EP is now available on Spotify.

Anderson .Paak was featured on several songs on Dr. Dre’s Compton album, which was released last month. He appeared with Marsha Ambrosius on Compton cut “All In a Day’s Work,” Ice Cube and Dem Jointz on “Issues” and Kendrick Lamar and Justus on “Deep Water,” among others.

The Anderson .Paak – EP stream is as follows:

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Blended Babies’ The Anderson .Paak – EP is now available for purchase on iTunes.

The four-track project features King Chip on “So Slow” and Asher Roth and Donnie Trumpet on “Make It Work.”

The Anderson .Paak – EP cover art and tracklist are as follows:

  1. So Slow f. Anderson .Paak, King Chip
  2. Make It Work f. Anderson .Paak, Asher Roth, Donnie Trumpet
  3. Drifter II f. Anderson .Paak
  4. Cheap Whiskey 70’s Riesling f. Anderson .Paak
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(The original post in this thread ran September 4, 2015. It is as follows.)

Anderson .Paak and Blended Babies announced their The Anderson .Paak EP via a press release. The project is scheduled for a September 25 release and will reportedly feature Donnie Trumpet and Asher Roth.

The first single from the EP is “So Slow” featuring King Chip.

Blended Babies, a Los Angeles-based group, executively produced the project. The group has worked with Roth and Sir Michael Rocks.

.Paak appeared on six tracks on Dr. Dre’s Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre.

Aftermath A&R coordinator Drew Corria told HipHopDX how he introduced Dr. Dre and A&R Ty Cannon to the singer through the song “Suede” by NxWorries, which is made up of .Paak and producer Knxwledge.

“Everybody was really digging it,” he says. “Brought him in, started working on music together.”

Corria also says that the Compton track “Animals,” produced by DJ Premier, was originally .Paak’s song.

“We go in the studio, played it and at first, Dre was like, ‘Yo, I wanna get on this for you,'” he says. “It kinda slowly turned into, ‘Yo, can I have this for the album?’ Once they kinda finished the record, Premier came out. They worked on it. It was just a crazy experience.”

For additional Compton coverage, watch the following DX Daily:

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