Anderson .Paak Says He Has 'A Bunch' of Tracks in Store With Chance the Rapper

Anderson .Paak's media tour in assist of his extremely anticipated Oxnard album is effectively underway. The California native stopped by The Angie Martinez Show on Tuesday to debate a large number of matters surrounding his upcoming challenge and even touched on how among the options happened.

At the tail finish of the dialogue, Martinez introduced up the truth that his "Blessings" collaborator Chance the Rapper was noticeably lacking from the hassle's high-profile monitor checklist. "He wasn't on this, however we obtained a bunch of stuff that we've labored on. It is perhaps on his subsequent stuff. We'll see what occurs," Paak teased. 

The Malibu artist's follow-up LP is unquestionably a star-studded affair, that includes the likes of West Coast legend Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Pusha T, Q-Tip, Snoop Dogg and lots of extra. Anderson detailed what went into having the Dreamville frontman land on "Trippy."

"Him and Dre had been working and I used to be opening up for him on his final tour. He was like, 'I obtained to get on there.' I used to be like, 'Let me take my little verse off there,'" Paak jokingly defined. "It was unfinished, so I wanted one thing. He was on the town after I was engaged on it and I used to be wrapping it up. I used to be like, 'If you round, pull up.' And he pulled proper up."

Watch the interview in full beneath. Oxnard is slated to launch Nov. 16.