Anderson .Paak Performs “Am I Wrong” and “Lite Weight” With His Son on ‘Ellen’
Ellen Degeneres turns 59 years old today (Jan. 26). To celebrate the occasion, Anderson .Paak visits The Ellen DeGeneres Show and performs "Am I Wrong" and "Lite Weight" alongside his 6-year-old son.
Throughout the five-minute clip, which can be viewed above, the 2016 XXL Freshman dons an all-black outfit and busts a move with his son (who enters at the 2:40-mark), as the Free Nationals contribute with live instruments in the back.
On "Am I Wrong," Anderson sings, "I'm only comin' out to play/Nothin' more that I hate in this life/The wrong impression, I only have one to make/You can open your palm, waiting to catch a break/The cards will fall where they may/And what about me?/I believe in fate, huh/They wanna know where I'll be in five, huh/What about today? What about tonight?"
In case you missed it, .Paak previously visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show in October for a rendition of his popular record, "Come Down."
In more recent Andeson-related news, the West Coast musician shared a preview of his forthcoming album with The Free Nationals. Since then, he's hit the studio with Chance The Rapper and been added to the 2017 Grammy Nominees compilation album.
After a huge 2016 for the California artist, .Paak is gearing up for an even bigger 2017. As aforementioned, you can check out his performance of "Am I Wrong" and "Lite Weight" above via YouTube.
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