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Anderson .Paak’s first rap name was Breezy Lovejoy


Before Brandon Paak Anderson was known as Anderson .Paak, he originally rapped and made under the moniker Breezy Lovejoy in 2011. Before rapping his brother-in-law nicknamed him Breezy because he would eat a lot of cheetos and fart.

Once I got to L.A., I was about 25 years old and I had my son. Before that I was living with my sister, but I got kicked out of her place. I had nowhere to go, I was with my family — my wife and my son — and there was nowhere to take them. I had stopped selling weed and I had spent all of the money. I was trying to finish up my first project, OBE, under the name Breezy Lovejoy, and get things legit.” – with CuePint/Medium

In 2010, Breezy Lovejoy released his debut EP Violets Are Blue. which is still available on . In June 2012, he released his first album O.B.E. Volume 1. Just less than six months after the release of O.B.E. Volume 1, Breezy Lovejoy released his second 2012 studio albumLOVEJOY. Brandon Paak Anderson rebranded the following year, “I didn't want to be a new artist. But I remember thinking about, if I ever met , could I go up to him like, ‘Hi, I'm Breezy Lovejoy.'

Anderson .Paak became the first artist to sign with Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment label in over a decade.

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