Anderson .Paak made quite the impact last year, and he’s ready to take even bigger strides in 2017.
At the top of 2016, .Paak (formerly known as, and sometimes still affectionately referred to as Breezy Lovejoy) released his sophomore studio album Malibu.
The album was met with critical acclaim and even clutched him a GRAMMY nod for “Best Urban Contemporary Album.” Shortly after the album’s release, .Paak was spotted in a video alongside Dr. Dre as he joyously announced his signing to the Good Doctor’s Aftermath imprint — eventually taking his talents on the road via the MTV Woodies awards, bringing T.I., Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre out at Coachella and took Malibu on a world tour.
Earlier today, Bruno Mars confirmed that .Paak would be joining him as the opening act for the upcoming, massive 85-date 24K Magic World Tour which is set to kick off on March 28, 2017.
Huge congrats on yet another win for .Paak!
— Bruno Mars (@BrunoMars) January 7, 2017