Upon detailing his Ventura album's much-anticipated Nate Dogg feature, Anderson .Paak opened up about an equally hyped contribution. While an Andre 3000 verse is becoming a scarcity in today's hip-hop landscape, every so often the elusive lyricist emerges to bless an artist with his magnetic presence. Speaking with Julie Adenuga on Beats 1, Anderson teased a uniquely exciting variation of Andre's multifaceted musical personality.
"I got the spitter Andre," he grins. "That verse-verse Andre." He proceeds to reflect on the process of playing the waiting game, donning a British accent to best express his character. "I didn't think it was going to happen," he admits. "Just feeling like a lot of days it was like I felt like I was writing where it was like, "Day three, still no André. Sorry, Mom. He hasn't delivered. Day four, still haven't heard from André."