Anderson .Paak and Rick Ross Connect For "CUT EM IN"

“The good news is you made a lot, the bad news is you spent more.”

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Anderson .Paak returns with a new track “CUT EM IN” featuring Rick Ross and production by Hit-Boy, Corbett and G. Ry.

Anderson’s been staying busy with his “Lockdown” single and subsequent “Lockdown” Remix, tapping some of his most talented friends to lend their voices to the Black Lives Matter movement. Meanwhile, Rick Ross celebrated the 10th anniversary of his instant classic Teflon Don and hasn’t slowed down since with a recent “Pinned to the Cross” single, a head-to-head VERZUZ battle with 2 Chainz and an appearance in Freddie Gibbs’ “Scottie Beam” music video.

“CUT EM IN” hints at another full-length project from Paak following last year’s Ventura (he dropped the instrumental version back in February). The track is the perfect vehicle for Ross as it revolves around getting to the money, schemes to increase said money and living the fast life.

Stream the latest single from Anderson .Paak and Rick Ross below. In more music news, Drake returned with his new music video and track “Laugh Now Cry Later” featuring a trip to the Nike campus with Lil Durk and some star-studded cameos.

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