He started spinning with his own track, Silk Sonic’s ‘Leave The Door Open’, but played an array of other songs including ‘SexyBack’ by Justin Timberlake, Nelly’s ‘Hot In Here’ and Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It’.
Anderson .Paak made a triumphant return to #SXSW last night performing a set as alter ego DJ Pee .Wee
Watch moments from the set here pic.twitter.com/n5CLRP5QUZ
— NME (@NME) March 17, 2023
Meanwhile, Paak will be involved in BTS member RM’s debut solo album ‘Indigo’ which is set for release next month. Other collaborators include Erykah Badu and Mahalia.
Last October, NxWorries, the collaborative project of Paak and Knxwledge, shared ‘Where I Go’, the duo’s first single since 2016.
‘Where I Go’ was first teased in 2020, when NxWorries debuted the track during a live performance at Double Happiness Festival. That performance marked somewhat of a comeback for the duo, whose releases had remained scarce since their debut album ‘Yes Lawd!’ in 2016.
The following year, NxWorries shared a remixed version of ‘Yes Lawd!’, before going on a hiatus to focus on individual projects.
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