NxWorries’ officially release Yes Lawd!

Anderson .Paak

Yes Lawd! the debut studio Album by duo Anderson .Paak and producer Knxwledge is now available to stream everywhere, after they premiered it a week before via Apple Music exclusive.

The 19 track album is a musical burst of the funk, where both the singer and producer get to floss off their swag. In the case of .Paak, the rhymes are soaked in shades of sepia familiar from his previous project Malibu, with various added gospel vibrations to bring righteous old-school soulmanship to the show.

Meanwhile, Knxwledge displays his nous as a producer who knows the many different right ways to treat and temper gnarly and bumpy source material, turning them into rough-cut gems such as Lyk Dis, Get Bigger and What More Can I Say. Yes Lawd indeed!.

Catch a glimpse of Suede from the album here-

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