Anderson .Paak explodes back on to the scene with another new song for fans. Today (May 17), the California artist delivers his new "Bubblin'" record, and a coinciding video, which features him tapping into his lyrical routes.

The upbeat song from the Malibu musician, which is produced by Jahlil Beats and Antman Wonder, was originally premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1 and shows off Paak's ability to tear up a microphone just as well as he does the drums. Anderson apparently originally tried to get Lil Simz to rap on the track, but he eventually took it for himself.

"Look at the cash, comin' in/Come get your man/This lil' nigga buggin' me/Just need a bag," he rhymes. "Quit all that jaw-jackery, don't need to pass me that/I don't want none of it (yeah)."

Paak revealed that he has around "65,000 songs in the vault," and is preparing two different albums that he will drop in 2018. One of the projects is slated to be a solo album, while the other features him teaming up with his band The Free Nationals. He also admitted in his Lowe interview that his new songs will be "Black 007 action adventure high speed chase type of music" and he won't be recruiting any guest features.

Watch Anderson .Paak's brand new video for "Bubblin'" below.

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