Directed by French producers We Are From L.A., the clip includes cameos from Jamie Foxx, Magic Johnson, Steve Carrell and longtime friend and collaborator Chad Hugo.
Pharrell is on the cover of the December 2013/January 2014 issue of Fast Company. Take a look at the article here.
Pharrell Williams has been named Hitmaker of the Year 2013 by GQ magazine. Pharrell also had a hand in two of this year’s biggest singles, Daft Punk Get Lucky and Robin Thicke Blurred Lines. Pharrell had a few things to say:
Both songs are for people who need a break. There’s a lot of fucked-up travesty in the world. Sometimes you just need a Hallmark card. Sometimes you just need to shake your ass.
Pharell, creator extraordinaire — of music, clothes, art and now this beautiful book. Reading through Places and Spaces I’ve Been, one is transported to yes, places and spaces to which one would never otherwise go. Where else would you find collaborations and interviews with personalities as diverse as Buzz Aldrin and Anna Wintour, Jay-Z and Zaha Hadid? The longer articles are interspersed with carefully curated art pieces and Pharell’s own designs.
For the latest episode of ARTST TLK, Pharrell Williams sat down with iconic filmmaker Spike Lee for a new interview. Aside from producing number one radio hits and designing cool products, the Reserve Channel-backed ARTST TLK is rising to prominence as a premier destination for interviews with the world’s creative geniuses. Though Lee is generally isn’t one to mince words, he speaks comfortably with Williams, giving a detailed account of how he got his start filmmaking, his undying love for Brooklyn, the canon of black cinema, and his most recent projects.
During a recent screening of Despicable Me 2, super-producer Pharrell spoke with media outlet Rolling Out, and although he wasn’t allowed to comment on the album, Skateboard P did manage to let the interviewer know that it’s a “special piece” that we can all look forward to. Pharrell reffered to Jay-Z as “Leonardo Carter” during the interview.