Anderson .Paak to Direct Dramatic Comedy Film K-Pops!

Anderson .Paak is all set to make his directorial debut. Media business Stampede Ventures has…

Anderson .Paak to Direct Dramatic Comedy Film K-Pops!

Anderson .Paak is all set to make his directorial debut. Media business Stampede Ventures has discovered that the rapper and multi-instrumentalist is established to immediate K-Pops!, a new comedy drama movie. Anderson .Paak will star in the motion picture as a washed-up musician who travels to Korea to create songs for K-pop stars, only to understand that his extensive-misplaced son (played by his actual-everyday living son Soul Rasheed) is fronting a single of the country’s newest rising functions.

“My mom is from Korea but she was adopted so I in no way realized anything about my Korean heritage till I satisfied my wife. This motion picture is a reflection on my experience mastering about this component of myself alongside my spouse and son—and investing even extra time with them,” said .Paak in a assertion. “I knew this would be a thing I must create and immediate, and Stampede Ventures took a probability and reliable that I could pull this off. I’m fired up to bring it to the big display screen.”

The script for K-Pops! was co-composed by Anderson .Paak and Khaila Amazan. He’s also creating by way of his firm Apeshit Movies in addition to Greg Silverman on behalf of Stampede Ventures, Jaeson Ma on behalf of EST Studios, and Jon Park on behalf of Significant Dummie.

It’s been chaotic year for .Paak and Silk Sonic, his ’70s R&B undertaking with Bruno Mars. Just after releasing their debut album An Evening with Silk Sonic in November, .Paak and Mars performed at the 2022 Grammys exactly where they received 4 Grammy Awards for their solitary “Leave the Door Open” (History of the Yr, Music of the Year, Greatest R&B General performance, and Finest R&B Music). The duo is presently in the center of a Las Vegas residency.

Back in February, .Paak executed at the 2022 Super Bowl halftime clearly show the place he played drums for Eminem’s section. He also stopped by Sesame Road to sing “What Is a Vacation,” a music celebrating numerous vacations all over the world, with Elmo and Cookie Monster.