Anderson .Paak Cools Down 'Daily Show' With 'Anywhere' & Talks 'Oxnard' Album: Watch

Anderson .Paak grooved The Daily Show with “Anywhere” on Tuesday night time (Dec. four) and chatted with host Trevor Noah about his new album, Oxnard.

.Paak first sat down with Noah and correspondent Desi Lydic, who requested Noah’s questions for him as a result of he had misplaced his voice. The 32-year-old R&B artist shared a narrative concerning the creation of his stage title, his upbringing's musical affect and the California cities his albums are named after.

Eventually, Noah (via Lydic) joked, “This is your first album on Dr. Dre’s label. If you don’t see eye-to-eye with Dr. Dre, who wins? Because on one hand, it’s your album. On the opposite hand, he's a health care provider.”

“I believe it simply actually is dependent upon how a lot he’s needed to drink,” replied .Paak. “And normally he sees it my method as soon as he sleeps on it.” 

.Paak additionally shared that via The Brandon Anderson Foundation, he hopes to assist those that may very well be missed by introducing them to the humanities and music.

“When I used to be younger, I used to be uncovered early to music, and if I wasn’t uncovered early to music, I in all probability would have been as much as no good," he paused, glancing at Noah. "I in all probability would haven't any voice,” he teased.

.Paak adopted the dialogue by performing the relaxed “Anywhere” alongside a keyboard participant and trumpeter. Sitting at his drum package, .Paak banged his sticks collectively as one member of his trio used a voice changer so as to add deep, synth-heavy sounds to the rapper's cool voice which opened, “I believe I'm within the Ruff Endz now/ I seen her throwin' up H-Town/ You was livin' off of Dru Hill/ Wasn't prepared for the world however child, who's?”

“And should you want an escape for now, meet up at room 112," he continued, smiling into the microphone, "We do it wherever (We can do it wherever).”

Watch .Paak chat with Noah and cruise via “Anywhere” under.

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