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Anderson .Paak Shares New Track Who R U?

Friday, 09 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Anderson .Paak has taken another step towards the release of his new LP by sharing a punchy track called Who R U?.

Punctuated by a polyrhythmic beat and the casual confidence of .Paak’s delivery, the song will join his recent Kendrick Lamar collaboration Tints on ‘Oxnard’, which is out on November 16.





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