- Summary: The second full-length release for the California rapper/singer-songwriter features guest appearances from BJ the Chicago Kid, The Free Nationals, The Game, Rapsody, Schoolboy Q, and the Timon Family Choir.
- Record Label: Steel Wool Entertainment
- Genre(s): Rap, R&B
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|Am I Wrong|
|Well I Well I, yeah I'm only comin' out to play Nothin' more that I hate in this life The wrong impression, I only have one to make You can open...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Jan 25, 2016The reason for this broad interest is his ability to aptly infuse various musical styles under the R&B umbrella. Moreover, his ability to make uptempo soul without losing his ability to invoke a response more typical of downtempo sounds is particularly impressive.
Q MagazineFeb 19, 2016On the rich and dazzling Malibu, Anderson.Paak has truly found his voice. [Apr 2016, p.116]
Positive: 27 out of 27
Mixed: 0 out of 27
Negative: 0 out of 27
Apr 3, 2016After listening to Dre's new Compton album, I quickly found that this man, Anderson .Paak, was simply just taking the spotlight every time heAfter listening to Dre's new Compton album, I quickly found that this man, Anderson .Paak, was simply just taking the spotlight every time he was on the microphone. This album is simply incredible and shows just how talented this guy really is. I swear if he doesn't win a Grammy for this someone will get shot courtesy of me jk… Expand
Oct 3, 2017Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow.
I first heard of .Paak when hearing about the XXL Freshman 2016. At first I was uninterested in hisWow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow.
I first heard of .Paak when hearing about the XXL Freshman 2016. At first I was uninterested in his work, until I ran across the song "Come Down" recently. I took a listen to the full album and was blown away. I'm personally more of a Hip Hop / Rap fan, but this album is contagiously groovy.… Expand
Feb 16, 2016A very uplifting album and full of spirit... You can hear the gospel influence. I think Heart Don't Stand a Chance is easily the best song onA very uplifting album and full of spirit... You can hear the gospel influence. I think Heart Don't Stand a Chance is easily the best song on the album. The features are also impressive, with Schoolboy Q and BJ the Chicago Kid.… Expand
Feb 28, 2016This album defines good feels. Keep you feeling great all the way through. But besides the feels, on a more critical tip. this album isThis album defines good feels. Keep you feeling great all the way through. But besides the feels, on a more critical tip. this album is amazing. The lyrics are deep and introspective as .Paak delivers great performances that are filled with personality.… Expand
Jan 26, 2016Paak’s got a musicality that could likely place him in the category of genius. Scope and influence are on display and while wide-ranging,Paak’s got a musicality that could likely place him in the category of genius. Scope and influence are on display and while wide-ranging, never give the album a sense of attention-deficit disorder: it all flows like a single thought.
The most out of place track on the album is probably Silicon Valley; while the song is just as catchy, well-produced and layered it is more lyrically juvenile and overtly misogynistic than the other offerings.… Expand
Aug 18, 2017Do you enjoy soulful R&B? Or jazz-fueled, gospel-fused hip-hop? You'll enjoy this album.
Personal favorites: Heart Don't Stand A Chance,Do you enjoy soulful R&B? Or jazz-fueled, gospel-fused hip-hop? You'll enjoy this album.
Personal favorites: Heart Don't Stand A Chance, Put Me Thru, Without You, Come Down, Silicon Valley, and The Dreamer.… Expand
Feb 22, 2016Favourite Songs: Parking Lot, Come Down, The Bird, Am I Wrong
Least Favourite Songs: Silicon Valley
Anyone like me that heard AndersonFavourite Songs: Parking Lot, Come Down, The Bird, Am I Wrong
Least Favourite Songs: Silicon Valley
Anyone like me that heard Anderson Paak's last album Venice should have seen that something amazing like this was coming from Anderson .Paak. Although I didn't love Venice, I did say he had a lot of potential and that potential blossoms with this new album, which despite being an hour long is very cohesive; one of the many reasons it can be compared to Kendrick Lamar's last LP. The album is full of really tight grooves and some really funky bass lines that help drive the tracks forward and with his soulful and unique sounding vocals over the top the tracks become magnificent. Perhaps what's most impressive about this album is its features. Why? Because they're few and far between. Paak could have easily made the mistake of rushing into the studio with as many artists as he could as I'm sure he's eager to now that he has a newfound fame but he keeps the amount of features low and when they do turn up they don't outshine him in any way (they'd find it hard to if they tried.) They simply blend into the song as necessary. This is probably best demonstrated by Schoolboy Q on 'Am I Wrong' who I'm sure more than a few people will not recognise because of his flow and chilled delivery. Aside from a couple ok tracks here and there Malibu is great and I was surprised I liked this album as much as I did because there are very few R&B albums I love, old or modern. He can only go up from here.
Better Than Previous Project?: Yes
Try This If You Like: Speakerboxxx/The Love Below by Outkast… Expand
Awards & Rankings
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|Forever on My Mind - Son House|
|Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You - Big Thief|
|This Is a Photograph - Kevin Morby|
|Forfolks - Jeff Parker|
|For You Who Are the Wronged - Kathryn Joseph|
|Live at the El Mocambo - The Rolling Stones|
|Summer at Land's End - The Reds, Pinks & Purples|
|Electricity - Ibibio Sound Machine|
|Wet Leg - Wet Leg|
|LIFE ON EARTH - Hurray for the Riff Raff|
|It's Almost Dry - Pusha T|
|Un Verano Sin Ti - Bad Bunny|
|A Light for Attracting Attention - The Smile|
|Diaspora Problems - Soul Glo|
|Good and Green Again - Jake Xerxes Fussell|