On the telly: Anderson .Paak brings ‘Come Down’ to Ellen

Anderson .Paak brings ‘Come Down’ to Ellen

He performed the ‘Malibu’ highlight with his Free Nationals band, and a tonne of backing dancers.

Anderson .Paak, his band the Free Nationals, and a tonne of backing dancers to boot, all brought ‘Come Down’ to The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday. Performing the ‘Malibu’ highlight on a bustling stage, .Paak went for a little boogie during the song and all, before doing a Phil Collins and getting behind a drum kit.

The Californian rapper and producer released his second studio album ‘Malibu’ at the beginning of this year, and previously featured heavily on Dr. Dre’s ‘Compton’.

 Later this month, he releases his collaborative album with Knxwledge under their NxWorries moniker. Their debut full-length ‘Yes Lawd!’, is out on 21st October.

Watch Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals perform on Ellen below.

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