Posts Tagged ‘Pharrell Williams’
Beats 1 and OTHERtone studio was loaded down with the Down South: Pusha T, D.R.A.M. and Fam-Lay. And, hey, Pharrell Williams. It doesn’t get much more VA than that player.
Pharrell Williams and Scott Vener in the OTHERtone studio with Pusha T, D.R.A.M. and Fam-Lay. Tune in on Beats 1 every other Sunday at 12PM PT / 3PM ET.
Good programming here. This OTHERtone show on Pharrell’s iamOTHER channel. Check out this extended ‘preview’ clip. But hold up… Dr. Dre put out 90% of .Paak’s work (and we still don’t get ‘Detox’)?? Doesn’t even matter if we believe it or not, it’s just a dope thing to say.
For the first OTHERtone episode of 2017, Pharrell Williams and Scott Vener are joined by Anderson Paak. Tune in on Beats 1 every other Sunday at 12PM PT / 3PM ET.
In this sit-down, Pharrell also speaks on who “Happy” was originally for… goes into his love for A Tribe Called Quest, Public Enemy, living in Virginia, and much more! A lot of meat in a relatively short, but deep conversation. Pharrell Williams talks about the “Hidden Figures” movie – for which he served as producer and soundtrack composer. Even segueing into that early on got deep.
Don’t trust the polls…Millennials don’t answer house phones, and there’s 43 million Americans.
Well worth the half-hour. Peep.
That 1980s music. Gotta love it! Especially with Fallon and Pharrell on the set… and The Roots on point! Watch as host Jimmy Fallon and guest Pharrell Williams, backed by The Roots every so often, take The Tonight Show audience on a hip trip through (e.g. discussion of) theme music of the freshest TV era ever.
It’s The People vs. Pusha T. Some People come with kind comments; but others come his the hard cracks on the 2002 instant classic “Grindin’.” Casio beat…really? Struggle braids…really? Haaaaaaa!
DJ Ted Smooth does the doing to Puff Daddy’s grooving, remixing this “Finna Get Loose” (featuring Pharrell Williams). Get the FREE download via the link below.
A Tribe Called Quest is doing a redux of their debut album “People’s Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm.” Cool. Now, what we have is a Neptune‘d up version of “Bonita Applebum” (remixed by Pharrell Williams). Nice inclusion on the 25th Anniversary Edition of the classic by ATCQ.
Oh yeah, it’s noontime. Ummm… tell ya what… let’s link y’all back to the post with the incredibly sexy Stephanie Santiago as ‘Bonita Applebum’ During A Tribe Called Quest’s New York Performance.
Stringing together footage and experiences from around the world to make a visual for the single, “Freedom,” Pharrell has himself another hit. Without spoiling it for you, there is a lot going on in there. By the way… You can buy “Freedom” on iTunes now.
Tigress TOKiMONSTA went beast mode on the board on Pharrell’s “That Girl” – put hands on it and shook the… well… hit the stream and discover for yourself.
Made this last night in my hotel room in Sydney, Australia.
Incredible treatment for this video! All kinds of movie genres of the 1970s era touched on for content – Bond to Blaxploitation. Question: Has Snoop Dogg ever done anything with ‘Snoop’ from The Wire (aka Felicia Pearson). Well, she’s got a cameo in here. “Bush” (another thing certain 70s movies were know for) will have this single – “So Many Pros” – on it for the May 12, 2015, release. But you could pre-order now… if you wanted to… below.
Okay, so Talib Kweli’s friend Pharrell Williams’ talk with Don Lemon went way better than Kweli’s. Check it. A self-admitted apolitical celeb, the singer/producer weighs in with comments on the situation in Ferguson (Missouri, USA), on Michael Brown’s death and more. Much more; even in this short clip.
This is gonna be the longest hangover in race relations…ever!
– Pharrell Williams
This beat’s build-up kinda makes you wait for it… Then Disclosure lets enough of the original drip into the drop for the beginning to set it off right. No “Frontin'” this is a nice dance remix to the Pharrell and Jigga classic collab.
Pharrell’s standout “Despicable Me 2” soundtrack single “Happy” was dope on its own, and it spawned many, many re-remixes. Now, this one from Kaytranada. Worthy. Have a listen and enjoy! Oh, and FREE downloads for everyone.
Pusha T is back in the studio with The Neptunes (Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo) grinding… working on his “King Push” album. Above, he talks about that, getting beats from Kanye West and more.
Pharrell Williams wrote, produced, and performed this make-ya-move joint for the “Despicable Me 2” soundtrack. Respect to the direction by We Are From L.A. for getting to the point of dance euphoria by the time the vid is halfway through… dude pop-lockin’ HARD in the road! Watch. The single is out now by the way. Get “Happy” here.
Pharrell Williams Welcomes Spike Lee For Some ‘ARTST TLK’ On Filmmaking, His Film ‘The Brooklyn Chronicles’ And More (Video)
Reserve Channel has given platform for engaging talk from extraordinary people. Spike Lee ranks among the highest of them on this episode of the Channel’s ARTST TLK (hosted by Pharrell Williams). Lee talks about his start, shooting film in the summer of 1977, exposing kids to art at an early age, his impetus from bringing “The Brooklyn Chronicles” to the screen.
‘Feels so good it hurts’ is officially what every heterosexual male wants to hear Jennifer Hudson sing into his ear. Cot dam! Well, shout to SoulBounce for bringing her “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)” joint to our attention with her doing just that… with an assist from super-producer Pharrell Williams and consummate southern rhyme-sayer T.I.
“Channeling a bit of the late ’70s/early ’80s R&B sound (think Cheryl Lynn or Evelyn “Champagne” King), the producing dynamo delivers the perfect dance floor groove for Hudson’s larger-than-life vocals. The groove walks the fine line between retro and modern, finally giving us an uptempo track that works with Jen rather than forcing the diva to conform to the song. And the addition of T.I., who could teach a class on how to guest rap on an R&B track, keeps the groove going without distracting from the star of the show.”
Uh oh. I promise you I will only take long enough from my dancing (‘chair dancing’… take it easy) to tell y’all how dope the FULL video for Daft Punk’s “Lose Yourself To Dance” (featuring Pharrell Williams) is! It’s INCREDIBLY DOPE! So fun! I mean, you saw the teaser we posted on here. Click play and join the party! Unh, unh, unh, get money… Unh, unh, get sweaty and funky… LOSE YOURSELF… I’m already gone! Get the whole Daft Punk album – “Random Access Memories” – via earlier link here.
We’re like Daft Punk here… we even post spoof vids of Daft Punk cuts (exhibit: Stephen Colbert’s Colbchella 2013 clip). Now with this “Lose Yourself To Dance” featuring Pharrell Williams vocalizing and Nile Rodgers gigging over the track, how could we not post this video short? Hottest minute of dance music you’ve experienced in a minute! Get the whole Daft Punk album – “Random Access Memories” – on iTunes now.