Anderson .Paak Says 'NxWorries' Album Is Already Done

Anderson .Paak says his NxWorries collaboration album with Knxwledge is done.

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According to Anderson .Paak, his collaboration album NxWorries with Knxwledge is finished. The rapper/singer/dancer/drummer and all-around renaissance man announced the news earlier this morning on Twitter. 

I want the Nxworries album too, it's fuckin done!!!!

If that's not enough to get you hyped, he followed up that news by referring to the album as a "masterpiece."

It's my best work, yall not ready! It's a masterpiece!!!!!

That's saying a lot for someone who already put out one of the best albums of 2016, Malibu, and worked alongside Dr. Dre last year, contributing to six tracks on the legendary producer's comeback album Compton. He was introduced to Dre by none other than DJ Premier, and ended up playing a major role in crafting the songs "All In a Day's Work," "Issues," "Deep Water," "For The Love of Money," "Animals," and "Medicine Man." Shortly after Compton debuted, Dre signed .Paak to his Aftermath record label. 

Aftermath gets the last laugh 💨🍃🍂🍃

NxWorries is a joint project between .Paak and Knxwledge that formed last year. It's an interesting pairing of two artists on the come up who both had a hand in some of the biggest albums of 2015. Knxwledge was heavily invested in the creation of Kendrick Lamar's genre-defining album To Pimp A Butterfly last year, producing the song "Momma" for the Top Dawg rapper. 

The duo announced their pairing at the end of last year with the singles "Suede" and "Link Up," both of which you can hear below.


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