ScHoolboy Q & Ty Dolla $ign Ensure Anderson .Paak’s Funky Hit Never Comes Down (Audio)

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Throughout the last 20 months, Anderson .Paak has risen to become the latest musical mainstay from Southern California. In the last several years, he joins a class of peers and collaborators that includes ScHoolboy Q and Ty Dolla $ign, among a few others.

On 2016’s Grammy-nominated Malibu album, Paak put in work with Q on the 2015 Dance-Funk single “Am I Wrong?” That same chemistry was reprised on Q’s following Blank Face LP. On Chance The Rapper’s deeply acclaimed Coloring Book, Anderson and Ty were part of the benediction cast for “Blessings.”

Anderson .Paak & T.I. Elevate “Come Down” Through A Dazzling Performance (Video)

Both SoCal artists appear on the “Come Down (Remix).” A much dirtier, more James Brown type of Funk than “Am I Wrong?,” this song lends itself to light heartedness from Ty and Q. Much of the song is the same as the album version, as first produced by Reflection Eternal’s DJ Hi-Tek. Both guests take a spin with swag, and a lot of fun in their deliveries. Dolla $ign gets sultry, while Groovy Q (who more than lives up to that name here), makes the chorus about serving elite product.

Anderson .Paak’s Throwback Video Teaches That Scared Money Never Gets Paid In Full

While Anderson .Paak continues to piece out Malibu audio coastline, he has yet to release his first single as an Aftermath Entertainment act. His band, The Free Nationals, is slated to release their full-length debut this year. With a Nx Worries remix project also coming, Paak was recently photographed in The Beatles’ Abbey Road Studios with Chic’s Nile Rodgers, Bruno Mars, and Disclosure.