Anderson .Paak Posts Instagrams With Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre & Q-Tip, Sparking Rumors Collab

HipHop News Posted on September 26, 2018 at 5:47am

Anderson .Paak Posts Instagrams With Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre & Q-Tip, Sparking Rumors Collab

We have a classic on the horizon?

Los Angeles, CA – With his album of Oxnard finally finished, Anderson .Paak took to Instagram to promote the fans with a picture of himself, flanked by two of the genre's most iconic producers, Q-Tip his boss, Dr. Dre, and some rapper by the name of Kendrick Lamar.

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Take a second to appreciate what's happening around you...#Oxnard

A post shared by CHEEKY ANDY (@anderson._paak) on Sep 24, 2018 at 9:57am PDT

"Take a second to appreciate what's happening around you," he wrote as caption of the image — add a hashtag with the name of the album. Despite the fact that the images themselves, do not conclusively suggest that the Tip of the Dre and they were both working feverishly on the boards of Oxnard (which would be a fantastic feat for the fans of all the life), a collaboration between the three on this LP is not difficult to imagine.

This past weekend, Andy shared a picture of him and Kung Fu Kenny, who was tagged with the album's release date of October 4, and alluding to the fact that he will also appear in the highly anticipated album.

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October 4

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In January 2017, he spoke with Pharrell Williams and Scott Verner in his OTHERtone Beats 1 radio program, a detail not only the experience of working with Dre in Compton, but also reveals that he had songs with Q-Tip already in the bag.

He also appeared in the Tribe Called Quest's last album the song "Movin Backwards".

Dr. Dre also posted a picture of the Tip and Dre each of the farms of vinyl copies of every one of the classics of the projects. The two producers have always admired others work, to the point that, in fact, inspire the others, the seminal works.

"The bar was set very high," said Tip Rude Jude and Lord Sear on the Shade 45 in a 2012 study from the interview. "Musically, my main thing was to Dre. T

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