The joint observe is the second single off Anderson .Paak’s upcoming album ‘Oxnard.’
Talk a couple of dream workforce. Unveiling their much-awaited collaboration on Thursday (Oct. four) on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music’s Beats 1 present, Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar obtained funky for his or her new joint observe "Tints."
Back in 2015, the MCs met when each artists had been featured on Dr. Dre’s Compton, and earlier this 12 months, Lamar recruited .Paak for his curated soundtrack for the blockbuster Black Panther. "Tints" serves because the second single from .Paak's forthcoming file Oxnard — following the big-money-making anthem "Bubblin."
Both from California, .Paak and Lamar share greater than a house state — they each method music from their coronary heart, oozing ardour and ambition by way of their craft with considerate lyrics and mesmerizing beats that make them two of essentially the most distinguished hip-hop artists of their era.
On "Tints," they exhibit their simple chemistry by complementing one another organically. .Paak glows along with his trademark jazzy, raspy voice, whereas Lamar slides in smoother than ever along with his infamous razor-sharp circulation. The funky bass line is each sultry and filled with power — signatures of their particular person works.
Exploring his newfound life within the highlight and the need of respecting an artist's area, .Paak raps within the refrain, "I can't be driving, driving round that open road/ I want tints/ Windows tinted, I want my home windows tinted/ I can't be flying down that 110 with a nasty bitch in my whip."
Offering a blissed-out, seashore vibe, "Tints" will probably be featured on .Paak's upcoming file Oxnard — the a lot anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Malibu, finishing his beach-inspired triptych (which began with 2014's Venice) and marking .Paak’s first launch on Dr. Dre's Aftermath imprint. During his interview with Beats 1, .Paak additionally confirmed that the forthcoming album can have options from Pusha T and J. Cole.
Check the official cowl artwork and hearken to Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar's new collaboration "Tints" under.