Anderson .Paak has announced his new album Oxnard, which will be released November 16. The musician first made the announcement on Open Late with Peter Rosenberg (check out the 18:15 mark in the video below). He also revealed the album's official artwork on social media.

Dr. Dre reportedly worked on the album extensively, as he was spotted mixing .Paak's record in the studio earlier this year. Oxnard will follow his recently released singles "Tints" featuring Kendrick Lamar, "Bubblin," and "Till it's Over."

Oxnard, .Paak's sophomore solo album, will be .Paak's first full-length since 2016's Malibu and Yes Lawd!, the first effort from his neo-soul project NxWorries with producer Knxwledge.

Stay tuned for more details about Oxnard, and in the meantime, revisit "Tints" featuring Kendrick Lamar below.

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