Anderson .Paak Performs ‘Trippy,’ Talks Winning His First Grammy On ‘Tonight Show’: Watch


Anderson .Paak stopped by The Tonight Show on Thursday evening (Feb. 21) to carry out “Trippy,” a observe off of his third studio LP Oxnard, and chat with host Jimmy Fallon about his Grammy win.

The Oxnard, Calif. native was surrounded by his band as he took middle stage on the cool-hued set to carry out the R&B observe -- which initially options J. Cole -- telling a narrative of lasting love.

“You and I'll all the time meet someplace in between/ Sweet Trippy, I'm yours for the gettin'/ Talkin' silly on the moon, I used to be gone, 1800, sippin'/ I can't eliminate you, all of the locations that I used to go and kick it/ All this weight that I'm liftin', trippy,” .Paak sang.

Back on the sofa with Fallon, the daddy stated he couldn’t make it to the Grammys ceremony on Feb. 10 as a result of his son, Soul, had a “stuffy nostril.” “He’s like our solely boy, our oldest boy, and each little factor that occurs we’re like ‘okay, straight to emergency,’” .Paak joked. He did handle to take an lovely photograph whereas holding his Grammy with Soul.

The 33-year-old additionally spoke about working with Dr. Dre, and the way he buts heads with the legendary producer at instances. “Both of us are perfectionists so it’s actually irritating typically,” he stated. “His head is larger than mine, too, so it’s similar to, he’s greater so it’s like ‘alright Dre, sounds good to me.’”

Watch clips from .Paak's look on The Tonight Show beneath.