Anderson .Paak is riding one helluva wave at the moment with no signs of wiping out. The singer just announced the follow up project to the well-received Malibu album, a joint project with Knxwledge titled NxWorries is already complete.

This morning the 2016 XXL Freshman took to Twitter to announce the status of the collab. Apparently prompted by people asking the whereabouts of the project, .Paak, responded, "I want the Nxworries album too, it's fuckin done!!!!"

Dumping even more anticipation for the LP than there already is, AP added, "It's my best work, yall not ready! It's a masterpiece!!!!!"

Responding to people fawning over his excellence, the Cali crooner responded, "Yall buggin if you don't think there is [no] room for improvement, this can't be the peak, Not yet. Not ever."

Knxwledge might be best known in hip-hop circles for producing Kendrick Lamar's "Momma" off To Pimp A Butterfly and tracks for Joey Bada$$ and Blu. But he has an extensive resume of personal projects which cover the gamut of jazz, soul, old-school hip hop and modern rap. Him and Paak previously linked up on the 2015 project Link Up & Suede.

The last year of Anderson .Paak's life are the stuff that dreams are made of. Last August, he made a name for himself in the mainstream by appearing on several tracks on Dr Dre's very long-awaited third album Compton.

In January, he put out his most recent project Malibu to mostly critical acclaim. Two weeks later he inked a deal with Dr. Dre's Aftermath label.

Most recently he was chosen for the coveted XXL Freshmen 2016 cover.

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