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Video Original: GGN with Anderson .Paak

Sit down with someone whose name you will definitely want to know.

by MERRY JANE Staff

by MERRY JANE Staff

Everyone’s favorite “hood news” talk show is back for this week’s episode of GGN. That’s right GGN fans, you will be able to find GGN’s latest episode every Tuesday on MERRY JANE as well as on WestFestTV.

This week, Snoop Dogg has one of hip hop’s most popular up-and-coming singers Anderson .Paak. Join them as they talk about how Anderson .Paak decided he was tired of listening to music and wanted to make it, and where he got his musical inspiration from. For those who don’t know much about Anderson .Paak, he is the most featured artist on Dr. Dre’s album Compton which is pretty insane considering he was rapping Dr. Dre and Snoop’s songs for show and tell in second grade. Snoop says that Anderson .Paak’s voice is like the old timers who used to leave it all out when singing, which true hip-hop fans know is hard to come by in the new age of hip-hop. Maybe we should all take Uncle Snoop’s opinion into consideration and start following Anderson .Paak on Spotify.

Not only do the two reminisce on how Anderson .Paak got to where he is today, Snoop and Anderson .Paak also vibe out to Superfly, and even go on to say that Superfly was their version of Star Wars. And get this, Snoop says he’s never seen an episode of Star Wars—so for those that have never seen Superfly, maybe this is your chance to discover another galaxy far, far away.

This episode gives fans and newcomers to Anderson .Paak an intimate conversation with someone who will be globally recognized for his talent very, very soon. Join Snoop and legend-to-be Anderson .Paak in the smoker’s studio for a conversation that’s not only inspiring but laugh out loud funny, as well.


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MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.



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