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In a new mini-documentary released by Beats by Dre (of course), hip-hop’s unique newcomer Anderson .Paak chronicles his rehearsals and adventures as he prepares himself for his first ever Coachella performance.
When hip-hop legend Dr. Dre’s long awaited album
Detox Compton was finally released last year, it had some pretty interesting features within it. Some were expected like Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. One feature that caught a lot of people off guard was Anderson .Paak, whose voice and style instantly caught the attention of listeners.
.Paak was featured on six songs on Dre’s album and had gone from being homeless, to playing drums on American Idol, to finding himself on one of the most anticipated albums of the last 15 years. After announcing that he had joined the very small roster over at Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment record label, .Paak could only go further. And by further, we mean a three-hour drive from Oxnard to Indio California for Coachella.
Aftermath gets the last laugh 💨🍃🍂🍃 pic.twitter.com/Byu9ELOXtZ
— Andy PinDröP (@AndersonPaak) January 31, 2016
The documentary, titled All In a Day’s Work—the same title of one of Compton‘s tracks which features .Paak—follows the artist in his multiple rehearsal sessions, his time spent with hip hop’s doctor, and his trip to Coachella for his performance.
“The artists I like to work with are people that you know their voice from the first syllable,” Dre says about .Paak, who has the most unique voice in hiphop at the moment.
The five-minute documentary brings .Paak and Dre closer than ever as they prepare for their first live performance together.
Click the GIF below to watch the documentary!