By Chux Odoh
American rapper and songwriter, Anderson Paak‘s latest project ‘Oxnard’, has debuted on the Billboard 200 for the week ending November 22.
The Dr. Dre-executive produced album missed the top 10 spot by one shot, settling at No. 11 and marks the singer’s highest debut of his career.
Oxnard, Paak’s third studio album under his current moniker hit the chart at No. 11 with 38,992 total album equivalent units, 16,507 pure album sales and a streaming count of 28,041,225.
Executive produced by Dre, the 14-track project features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, J. Cole, Snoop Dogg, Q-Tip, among others.
The success of Oxnard follows that of Paak’s 2016 Grammy Award-nominated album ‘Malibu’, which debuted at No. 79 upon its release, after a disappointing outcome for 2014’s Venice which didn’t chart at all.
It seems it’s only up from here for the Paak’s career trajectory as he continues to inch closer to impenetrable mainstream acclaim.
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