A few weeks ago, the young Californian soul-music Polymath Anderson. Paak released the new album Oxnard . It's not his best job, but it's a good excuse to get him to do things on TV. He was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live last week, and last night he accepted another TV comedy institution, The Daily Show .
In the show last night .Paak came into a strange situation. For reasons that I do not quite understand, has Trevor Noah lost his voice? Maybe it was an already existing comedy? – Trevor Noah did not talk. Instead, Noah sat quietly while comedian and correspondent Desi Lydic pretended to ask Noah's questions. It was uncomfortable, and. Paak did not seem to know what to do, but at least Lydic seemed to be more than Noah trying to ask funny questions.
The interview was perhaps a clusterfuck, but the performance was not. He sang with his band The Free Nationals and its weird superpower to play the drums. Paak blew up the Oxnard song "Anywhere", which sounds better live than records. Take a look at the interview and the performance below.
Oxnard is now on Aftermath.