Less than a year after his amazing Oxnard album came out, Anderson .Paak just dropped the first taste at his follow up, which many think is part two to Oxnard, Ventura. The single is titled “King James” and is a politically leaning track named after current Laker Lebron James and how he’s using his celebrity status to create opportunities for the minority community. “They can’t gentrify the heart of kings”, Anderson exclaims in the first verse, which along with the whole song, feels like a more soulful approach rather than a hip hop approach that was heard in his last album. This song has no features, but the tracklist for the new album teases features from Nate Dogg, André 3000, and Brandy among others. This single has me excited for what’s in store in Ventura, which will be coming out on April 12th. Check out “King James” below, check out the tracklist for Ventura there as well, and pre-order it now if you so desire.