At some point, J. Cole decided since he didn't include features on his own his own album, that he should start doing more features himself. The Dreamville creator continues with his guest appearance run on Anderson .Paak's "Trippy." The psychedelic love song finds both men musing about their lovers, painting intimate scenes with delicate raps and smooth melodies.
The silky guitar, flirtatious flutes, and soft handclaps make for perfect love making music. .Paak sings at a tone above a whisper before Cole steps onto the track with force. Mohammed's crib is the setting for Cole's lustful thoughts yet again (like it was on "Power Trip"), which means the same lover from his past has influenced another verse. If you're feeling "Trippy," stream .Paak's entire new album Oxnard here.