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Anderson paak is a music master. He is so groovy and smooth. One of the best albums of 2019. Such vibes on his albums but esspecially his last 3. This sounds exactly like Ventura. I grew up near that area and he captures that california santa barbara west coast kind of sound so well. The best thing was listining to this album in Ventura.
One of the best Artist and Performers in the industry right now. So much energy and would in everything he is doing. He still has hip-hop infused into R&B/soul with that psychedelic beach sound that The Free Nationals bring to create a masterpiece with some legendary artist included.
If you love soul, r&b, with a hint of psychedelic this is the album for you. There's also very powerful songs like King James. Much respect, true artistry is alive and well through people like Anderson .Paak
I’m sorry but this album is the ish! Heard the overly hyped solange album and I feel like it’s by far inferior to this album. Hopefully this album gets the same traction and credit it truly deserves. Really recommend!
Venice, Malibu, Oxnard & Ventura They will be played in that order. I love that each album has it own feel but they flowww together so well. I swear Ima need him to make an album every year! Dope Artist♥️
Anderson Paak.’s Ventura album wasn’t bad but it was kinda boring. I was disappointed. He defiantly has creativity and he has a handful of good tracks in here. It was great to here Nate Dogg again, RIP. Aside from that the only other song I really liked was Make it Better with Smokey Robinson. I like some of his music but over all I just think his style is just somewhat generic. Oxnard bumped better because it had Dre beats but this album relies on weak production. I felt like it would be better with more features and with more involvement from Dr. Dre. I wouldn’t really recommend Ventura for anyone besides his core fan base. I do recommend the song Make it Better tho.
When music has abandoned its rich tradition in talented, musical, RnB grooves, along comes A.P. Oxnard was hella organic and a lot to consume if you weren’t a true lover of musician ship and alternate melodies. While Ventura still holds true to what is becoming the A.P. Staple sound, it settles into a groove even the least musical technician can appreciate. It’s a pop and play album. Hit the play button and inhale the vibes. Job well done to all the writers & producers on another eclectic classic personification of real RnB! ICGreen do u c me?
Anderson came with an album that was much more like Malibu than Oxnard, which I expected from the album’s roll up. Before the album released, I didn’t hear either of the two singles. I had heard good things about them both, and since I enjoyed Oxnard I lot, I was really excited for the album. I listened to it all today, and it was most definitely worth the wait. It’s much more polished than his previous efforts, and it features some of Anderson’s best material to date. I would definitely recommend this album. Anderson’s coming to CLE with Earl Sweatshirt and Thundercat, and I really want to go. I know he wouldn’t disappoint there just like he didn’t with this album. Props to Andy!