Anderson .Paak’s Oxnard Album Tracklist Features Dr. Dre, Q-Tip, J. Cole & More
Anderson .Paak is gearing up to release his highly-anticipated third solo studio album, Oxnard, on November 16. Earlier this month, the singer, MC, drummer, and producer dropped the single “Tints” with Kendrick Lamar. Now, fans get to find out all who are slated to be on the Cali native’s Aftermath Entertainment debut.
From Apple Music, the tracklist for Oxnard was revealed and it features 14 songs and a slew of superstar features including Dr. Dre (who had .Paak featured numerous times on his third album Compton before signing the artist), J. Cole, Q-Tip, Pusha-T, Snoop Dogg, BJ the Chicago Kid, Norelle, and Kadhja Bonet, among others.
While K-Dot and Dre keep things in the Aftermath family, Q-Tip appears two years after .Paak’s role on A Tribe Called Quest’s final album. Heads can be excited about that one, as well debut joints with Push’, Snoop, and Cole. BJ The Chicago Kid had a prominent feature on Anderson’s last solo project, 2016’s Grammy-nominated Malibu.
Notably, “Bubblin’,” which many fans believed was the first Oxnard single, is not included. Former Aftermath artist Busta Rhymes appeared on that song’s official remix to the high-powered video spot. Oxnard is reported (by Anderson .Paak) to have production contributions from Dre and Madlib on the same song.
Anderson .Paak’s Oxnard tracklisting is as follows:
1. The Chase (feat. Kadhja Bonet)
2. Headlow (feat. Norelle)
3. Tints (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
4. Who R U?
5. 6 Summers
6. Saviers Road
7. Smile / Petty
8. Mansa Musa (feat. Dr. Dre and Coco Sarai)
9. Brother’s Keeper (feat. Pusha-T)
10. Anywhere (feat. Snoop Dogg, and the Last Artful, Dodgr)
11. Trippy (feat. J. Cole)
12. Cheers (feat. Q-Tip)
13. Sweet Chick (feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
14. Left to Right
The tracklist announcement comes in conjunction with Anderson .Paak’s announcement that he will be joining Travis Scott, SZA, Chance The Rapper and others for a benefit concert celebrating the life of Mac Miller, who passed away in September. The concert is slated to take place at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre on October 31.
Anderson .Paak’s released the “Tints” video, featuring Kendrick Lamar. on Apple Music today (October 26). Fans who do not have the service caught a clip on Instagram. Dr. Dre makes a cameo.