Anderson .Paak's "Oxnard" Production Credits: Dr. Dre, ninth Wonder & More

Anderson .Paak dropped off Oxnard at present, the product of prolonged jam classes with the legendary Dr. Dre, The Free Nationals, and extra. Upon first pay attention, it is evident that the album is a labor of affection; not solely is that evident within the songwriting, however the manufacturing as effectively. There’s a lushness throughout the soundscapes, delivered to the fore by an adherence to stay instrumentation, from the bass, to the guitar-work, to the percussion.

Delivering such a centered sound requires engineering proficiency, which Dr. Dre delivers in spades. A consummate skilled, .Paak has opted to encompass himself with all method of expertise, often sliding by to tackle a producorial function himself. Should you be curious to see the thoughts behind Oxnard, peep the manufacturing credit under, assembled by HHNM.

1) “The Chase” (Feat. Kadhja Bonet)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Jhair Lazo

2) “Headlow” (Feat. Norelle)
Prod. by Jose Rios, King Michael Coy and Ron Avant

three) “Tints” (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Om’Mas Keith

four) “Who R U?”
Prod. by Dr. Dre and Mel

5) “6 Summers’
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Mell

6) “Saviers Road”
Prod. by ninth Wonder

7) “Smile/Petty”
Prod. by King Michael Coy and Callum and Kiefer

eight) “Mansa Musa” (Feat. Dr. Dre & Cocoa Sarai)
Prod. by Mell and Dr. Dre

9) “Brother’s Keeper” (Feat. Pusha T)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Jairus “J.Mo” Mozee

10) “Anywhere” (Feat. Snoop Dogg & The Last Artful, Dodgr)
Prod. by Jason Pounds

11) “Trippy” (Feat. J. Cole)
Prod. by Chris Dave

12) “Cheers” (Feat. Q-Tip)
Prod. by Focus, Q-Tip and Dr. Dre

13) “Sweet Chick” (Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
Prod. by Mell

14) “Left To Right”
Prod. by Jason Pounds, Mell and Dr. Dre