What would any radio show be without prank calls? Thankfully, Anderson .Paak's fans will never have to answer this question as the Aftermath artist upholds tradition with a hilarious prank call to comedian Dave Chappelle.
According to Pitchfork, at the 51-minute mark on the third episode of .Paak's ".Paak House Radio" show, Anderson decided to call Dave Chappelle and try to sell him on a fake music video premise that required the comedic legend to be totally nude in New York City.
"It’s all the icons," .Paak said to Chappelle. "Like Q-Tip, me, we in Harlem, we doin’ it all together, but we standing together naked. Just butt ass naked, no clothes, on some real shit."
To this Chappelle gave a hesitant but truthful response.
".Paak, I don't know if I’m ready to be naked in front of everybody," Chappelle answered. "I got a 45-year-old dick."
.Paak eventually revealed to Chappelle that the whole video shoot was apart of the prank call and the radio show, leading Chappelle — who has worked with several musicians in the past and was most recently featured on T.I.'s Dime Trap album — to ask if he and .Paak could collaborate on a real project.
In addition to his radio show, .Paak is gearing up for the Nov. 16 release of his new album, Oxnard which will feature artists like Snoop Dogg, Q-Tip, J. Cole, and more.