This is a story about Robin Thicke, a complicated man who definitely lied, a lot, about his song ‘Blurred Lines.’
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All in all, it was a pretty smart move to blend together two things that America loves.
The “Happy” artist gets very serious when discussing the incidents surrounding the killing of Michael Brown by a police officer in the embattled Missouri city.
Pharrell and Soundgarden also got us ready for some football with their performances at this year’s NFL opener in Seattle.
The Washington Post reports that Pharrell’s GRAMMY hat has landed a home, for a time.
Serial collaborator Pharrell Williams now has a project you can eat – and no, it’s not at Arby’s.
We can now confirm the first game will get a little more serious, with performances by pop princess Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, and Soundgarden.
For “Come Get It Bae,” we get a message from the women’s movement: the personal is political.
What’s better than Weird Al’s dance-filled video for his Pharrell “Happy” parody, “Tacky”? The polka loving performer recreating it in one shot for Conan O’Brien.
2014, just like 2013, continues to be the year of Pharrell. And Beyoncé.
“Word Crimes,” the new video, doesn’t reference Thicke’s perhaps poor choice of words on the original. Instead, Weird Al is giving a lesson in grammar.
It was just a matter of time before Weird Al Yankovic put his own stamp on Pharrell’s still-reigning “Happy.”
Ladies and gentlemen, the numbers are in. Topping the charts in this mid-year music report is (surprise, surprise) Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, which has reached half the world’s population in merely six months with 571,000 plays on terrestrial radio.
Watch Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, Pharrell, Robin Thicke, Chris Brown, Jay Z & Beyoncé Perform at the BET Awards
Sure, they handed out awards last night (June 30) at the BET Awards, but what we’re all really going to be talking about is the performances. And boy, were there some doozies.
Pharrell Williams raised a few eyebrows over his statements about race in a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, particularly his use of a term “the new black” — and a prominent professor at Howard University isn’t really buying it.
Last night on MTV, Sheeran showed he wasn’t afraid to try his hand at some of the more well known hip-hop tracks from DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and Jay Z.
Some fans are not too happy with Pharrell over his recent choice of headwear.
For more than a decade, songs produced by Pharrell Williams (as well as by The Neptunes, the duo of Williams and Chad Hugo) have had one thing in common: they’re hits.
Six Iranians were arrested yesterday (May 20) for dancing in a viral video celebrating Pharrell’s song “Happy.” And now Pharrell is speaking out in their defense.
Police in Iran have arrested six young people and shown them on state television for posting a video online of them dancing to Pharrell Williams’ hit song “Happy.”
When he returned to his alma mater yesterday, John Legend was arguably on top of the world.
The night also featured Kimye talking about their upcoming Memorial Day wedding and 2 Chainz praising the work of Vanilla Ice-inspired rapper, Blizzard Man.
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For the first time since February, “Happy” hasn’t danced and clapped its way to the No. 1 spot in the country. Instead, it’s all solemn pianos at the top of the charts.
On the nearly 4-minute track, Pharrell sings about his feelings over a twinkly piano and gives us the cavity-inducing line, “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.”
“We’re very happy to officially announce that two superstars will be joining the next season in these coaches’ chairs: Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will be added to the Voice family,” Carson Daly announced.
Pharrell’s already on top of the music world; why not try to conquer the literary format as well?
Like any writer worth their salt, Pharrell knows to not gild the lily. “I don’t need no adjectives for this girl,” he sings, and sure enough with the video for “Marilyn Monroe” he lets the visuals do most of the talking.
The obiquitous Pharrell may be “Happy” all over the place, but he’s not losing his edge.