Snoop is joining with Pharrell for a new album, Bush: A Snoop Odyssey. What we know about Pharrell’s production in 2015, combined with the music previewed here, this sounds like it could be fonky.
From Skateboard P’s G I R L album, available now.
Pharrell Williams returned home to Virginia Beach on Saturday, June 7, 2014 and spent the day encouraging local students in his From One Hand to AnOTHER program and his alma mater Princess Anne High School to make their dreams reality. Pharrell was honored at Princess Anne High School homecoming event where he announced FOHTA’s partnership [cont.]
Skateboard P sits in with Howard Stern Show for over an hour.
Directed by Kyle dePinna from Major Lazer’s Apocalypse Soon EP, available now.
Peter Rosenberg handles his interview with Pharrell by himself, as they wax poetically for over 40 minutes.
Henry Rollins and Pharrell Williams sat down to hash out the major issues of our day from education reform and politics to dealing with personal challenges.
From his first deck to Birdhouse to Boom Boom Huck Jam to a video game empire Tony Hawk talks to Pharrell Williams about experiencing things that were beyond his imagination as a kid. Tony talks about the evolution of skateboarding and the challenges that he still looks forward to as a skater and a businessman. [cont.]
Williams composed the mixed-genre orchestral work—which features soft and ethereal atmospheres contrasted with fortissimo brass themes and driving rhythms—to explore a different side of his musical creativity, and to encourage his hip-hop fan base to expand their musical horizons. Shelly Berg orchestrated and conducted the work, and Director of Recording Services Paul Griffith (B.M. ’83) [cont.]
Pharell Williams opens “the doors” to his inner Jim Morrison on this darker shade of N.E.R.D. LISTEN: N.E.R.D. – “Help Me”
The biggest house song in the world gets an official video for the Pharrell remix. Who new making beats was so easy?
Mick Boogie, Clinton Sparks, and Billionaire Boys Club co-sign Christian Rich’s The Decadence mixtape. Christian Rich – “The Decadence” (Mixtape)
Chronicle writer Kevin Lincoln asks Pharrell, member of N.E.R.D a few questions before he performs at Cameron Rocks at Duke University on April 1, 2010. He mentions the new album, Nothing, is currently in the works.
Three-time Grammy Award winner and internationally renowned singer, songwriter, producer and designer Pharrell Williams will write original music for Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s upcoming 3-D CGI feature Despicable Me. This marks the first time The Neptunes and N.E.R.D. artist will compose music for a film. He is joined in the feature’s composition duties by [cont.]
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