Anderson .Paak puts the dots as it suits him. His dealings with hip-hop, soul and R&B is not quite like the others.
unlike Nicki Minaj and Post Malone, who came Paak out in the Royal Arena this past weekend, so he makes black music, which is musical.
the Entertainer even has a band and everything. And they can play.
the Material they played with was however feathery to the Paak and The Free Nationals managed to play the Royal Arena. The chamber was the reverse effectively downscaled to the apartment, so the 7000 fans so as out to fill the room, which has space for more than double.
Paak compensated for its diffuse songwriting with a frantic and highly energetic effort, which included elastic dance moves, numerous clowns and raving monologues filled with platitudes.
The 33-year-old californier rapped, sang and played drums. And fandango.
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Paak did not, however, stagedive to get in touch with the indulgent audience, but he did it anyway, and landed songs such as ’Heart Don't Stand a Chance’ and ’Put Me Thru’ is also fairly safe.
‘Come Down’, ‘Tints’ and ’Am I Wrong’ was terrific towards the end of the just 80 minutes of short sets, which, however, did not change the essential, to the performance all in all was so messy and chaotic, to the funky cousin would undoubtedly have scored a dummebøde of the model of James Brown, if The Godfather had attended the tempoforvirrede bombardment of outages and whim.
Paak calls his tour with the Andy's Beach Club World Tour, and his approach to halløjet bar as in good and evil also feel that he thought of it more like a beach holiday than a job.
He is a walking sun stroke.
Paak appeared at Roskilde in 2016 and 2018, and warmed up for Bruno Mars in the Royal Arena in 2017. Photo: Per Lange