Anderson .Paak & Pharrell Discuss Hip-Hop's Greats for 'OTHERtone'

Skateboard P’s first radio broadcast of 2017.

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Last week, a clip surfaced of Anderson .Paak’s OTHERtone sitdown with Pharrell that featured the pair conducting an impromptu live rendition of Thundercat’s “Them Changes.” For the first OTHERtone broadcast of 2017, the program aired official visuals for the exchange which made its way to the internet. For a large part of their conversation, Pharrell Williams, Anderson .Paak and Scott Vener discuss some of the hip-hop’s greatest champions, from Golden Age heroes to modern superstars. Whether it’s Rae Sremmurd, T.I. or Dr. Dre, the pair of ultra-talented artists seem to share many mutual interests.

You can check out the new Anderson .Paak episode of Pharrell and Scott Vener’s Beats 1 program OTHERtone above. Last week, Anderson .Paak took part in a new visual for a recent record with Knxwledge.

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