Adidas announced today a long term partnership with musical super star Pharrell Williams. The first adidas Originals x Pharrell Williams products will debut in the Summer of 2014. This is also the first time adidas has partnered with a designer who owns their own textile company. adidas will collaborate with Williams’ Bionic Yarn coming from [cont.]
Here’s the extended cut of Future’s “Move That Dope”, from his upcoming Honest LP, with Casino’s verse added back in. Skateboard P’s hat snapped on this.
Nice to see Pharrell still does raw drug-rap with Pusha T, inspite of his crossover success.
After somewhat of a Neptunes dry-spell, Pharrell surprisingly took the industry by storm last year, appearing on three of the year’s biggest hits, Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”, Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, and “Happy”, from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack. The first two placed him front and center back in the spotlight, while “Happy” was like [cont.]
Angie Martinez interviews Pharrell on Hot 97. They discuss his new album G I R L, The Oscars, and more.
Illmind continues his series of “Boomtrap” remixes, this time taking on Pharrell’s “Happy”.
Pharrell sits in at Red Bull Studios to play his new album G I R L, which is in stores today, before a live studio audience. He also takes questions from the crowd about the album.
Pharrell and his hat injected some much needed fun into the usually stuffy Oscar’s event on Sunday night, with a performance of “Happy”, as heard on both the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, and his new album G I R L, which is in stores today.
With Pharrell’s G I R L album dropping tomorrow, Skateboard P calls in The Breakfast Club to chat. Topics covered include his infamous hat, the fact he never ages, the concept behind his album cover, and more.
Itunes got everyone beat on next week’s pair of huge releases, offering full-length album streams via iTunes Radio, of both Rick Ross’ Mastermind and Pharrell’s G I R L albums. Hit the links below for an advance listen of both March 4th releases. LISTEN: Rick Ross “Mastermind” (via iTunes Radio) LISTEN: Pharrell – “G I [cont.]
This well connected individual out of CA delivers a star-studded debut mixtape, backed by the production of Pharrell, and featuring an extensive guest list, including Kendrick Lamar, Miley Cyrus, Freddie Gibbs, Asher Roth, Robin Thicke, The Cool Kids, and more.
Pharrell will ride his current wave of success to the release of his new solo album, G I R L, which hits March 3rd. Here’s a look at the tracklist. 01. Marilyn Monroe 02. Brand New (feat. Justin Timberlake) 03. Hunter 04. Gush 05. Happy 06. Come Get It (feat. Miley Cyrus) 07. Gust of [cont.]
Surely this is an acronym for something, because No one Ever Really Dies. Pharrell’s new album, G I R L, will hit March 3rd and is up for pre-order on iTunes now. The tracklist still remains secret, but will include his Despicable Me 2 entry, “Happy”. Peep the trailer below.
Pharrell Williams, with a little help from his friends Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nelly and Chad Hugo, kick off the 2014 NBA All Stars with a powerful performance.
Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV, in collaboration with http://www.GRAMMY.com sits down with Producer of the Year Pharrell Williams for in-depth interview. In part 2, Pharrell talks Blurred Lines, Get Lucky, GRAMMYs and shares advice for young artists.
From Future’s new, upcoming album Honest, which is also slated to include guest spots from Kanye West, Rihanna, Drake, Kelly Rowland, Ciara, Jeremih, Andre 3000, and Diplo, among others.
Snoop Dogg invites Pharrell up to the GGN for an in-depth interview, discussing Daft Punk, “Happy”, the making of “Drop It Like It’s Hot”, and more.
Pharrell dishes on his Sgt. Slaughter / Smokey The Bear hat to Power 106 LA.
Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV, in collaboration with GRAMMY.com, sits down with Producer of the Year Pharrell Williams for in-depth interview. In part 1, Pharrell recalls how Sugarhill Gang, Afrika Bambaataa’s Planet Rock and Nile Rodgers all played into his early music memories. Pharrell explains how he’s always felt a “little left of [cont.]
From Major Lazer’s Apocalypse Soon EP, hitting February 25th.
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