Dr. Dre is a fairly private person, but Anderson .Paak has spent enough time with him to share a few details about his life with hip-hop listeners.

While on a promo run for his new music, .Paak took some time to discuss the vault full of music Dr. Dre has in the stash. "Dre has hundreds of thousands of songs just all the time," he tells Power 106. He then states the legendary producer even has songs dating back to the early 2000s. "I'm tryna get some of them joints. Like, what you doin with that joint? Give me that joint, bro," he jokes with the radio crew.

At one point the 2016 XXL Freshman reveals times where Dre—who he's currently waiting to clear his forthcoming album—would call him over to the studio for his opinion on certain tracks. Per usual, .Paak would give his honest critique because, according to him, the music mogul has enough "yes men" around him." "It be written all over my face when I'm not feelin' it," he admits.

The "Bubblin" artist has been on a roll as of late. Aside from performing the single on Jimmy Kimmel Live with The Free Nationals, he recently dropped the video for the aforementioned track, which he says "had a real budget on" for the first time ever. He also jokes about Kendrick Lamar's failed attempt to bring a fan on stage to perform, which you can catch below.

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