Anderson .Paak & TOKiMONSTA Make A Jam For All The Day One Supporters (Video)

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Anderson .Paak is getting a lot of attention in the last several months. However, the Oxnard, California MC/singer/drummer/producer has been doing his thing since his days as Breezy Lovejoy. In that lens, a “day one” supporter may mean so much more—at a time when he’s not got Dr. Dre, Rapsody, Hi-Tek, and Game in his inner-circle.

“Put It Down,” the single with TOKiMONSTA now gets a visual. The song is about supporting one another through their come-up, which is something quite true of Anderson and his EDM collaborator Jennifer Lee. For feel-good music, basking in positive energy–press play and try not to move to the beat—we dare you.

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