Anderson .Paak announces guest-heavy tracklist for new album ‘Ventura’

It'll be the follow-up to November's 'Oxnard'

Anderson .Paak has shared the tracklist for his upcoming new album ‘Ventura’, with the record set to feature a slew of guest appearances from the likes of André 3000 and the late Nate Dogg – and you can now listen to the album’s new single ‘King James’ below.

.Paak is making a swift return after only dropping his last album, ‘Oxnard’, back in November. That record contained guest features by Kendrick Lamar, Pusha-T and J.Cole among others, while Dr. Dre served as an executive producer on the album.

‘Ventura’ will be released on April 12, and .Paak has today (March 14) revealed its full tracklist and artwork. André will feature on the opening track ‘Come Home’, while Nate Dogg is a posthumous guest on the closing track ‘What Can We Do’. See .Paak’s announcement post below.


You can hear ‘Ventura”s jazzy lead single ‘King James’ below.

.Paak will kick off a round of shows in the UK and Ireland tomorrow night (March 15) at London’s Alexandra Palace – check out the tour schedule below.


15 – London, Alexandra Palace
16 – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
18 – Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow
19 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
20 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre


Last month, .Paak discussed his work with Dr. Dre – revealing that he’d recorded two albums’ worth of material with the former N.W.A. artist.

.Paak admitted, however, that the pair regularly clashed in the studio. “It can be frustrating at times. We butt heads – and his head is bigger than mine, too,” .Paak said, before joking: “He’s bigger, so it’s ‘Alright, Dre, sounds good to me.’”

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