Known for his sophisticated west coast wave of eclectic sounds with a Golden Age style that reminds you of artists like Warren G, the late Nate Dogg and Snoop, Anderson Paak is no stranger to the hip-hop industry. Born and raised in Oxnard California, Anderson Paak who raps, plays drums, produces and also a bandleader has been an upcoming artist in the music industry with a Grammy on his belt for his sophomore LP Malibu. In 2015 he got his major break when he was featured on Compton, which was Dr. Dre’s studio album.
Anderson stopped by Atlanta, GA for his “Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals Tour”. Backed by his talented band, Anderson went all out on stage performing records from his debut album “Oxnard “ including tracks like “Tints” and “Who R U?” and even doing a special tribute to the late Mac Miller, which got the crowd a bit emotional. He later on flipped the tempo jumping back to his drum set up and drumming away to tracks like “Am I wrong” and “ Bubblin” which got the crowd grooving and singing along.
Atlantic Records Songwriter and Grammy Nominated artist Tayla Parx, opened up the show.