Noreaga released a EP this Sunday titled ‘Nore’aster’ which has a new Neptunes track called ‘Like The Way’ on it. That tune is probably from the Studio session for his upcoming S.U.P.E.R.T.H.U.G. album where they did 6 tracks. I just hope the other tunes will be released on his album, ain’t bad check it out. Click Here to get the whole mixtape.
Noreaga – Like The Way feat. Pharrell (11′)
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I’ve just got an email from a good friend ‘nick|dork’ who bought the newest The Wire Magazine where they talk about the new artists such as Lil B. and Odd Future and The Wire indirectly mentions The Neptunes.org forum lol, check it out, thanks to nick|dork. Click Here to download the scans.
“Odd Future’s musical influence hasn’t yet spread as far as B’s either – for all their industry lov, they remain a niche interest among their own age group – but the writing is on the wall, or the Tumblr feed, if you will. Consider Hal Williams, who also records as Pyramid Vritra, a 19 year old from Georgia who first encountered Tyler and OF producer Matt Martian a few years ago on a messageboard dedicated the The Neptunes. Odd Future are now both his primary rap influence and his immediate collaborations.”
NASA and producer and recording artist Pharrell Williams hosted an education event, Saturday, at Williams Farms Park in Virginia Beach. The event was designed to encourage students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) studies and careers. NASA’s Associate Administrator for Education Leland Melvin who is a former astronaut and Williams, a Hampton Roads native, delivered remarks. Williams’ charitable organization, “From One Hand to Another”, is supporting the development of the Pharrell Williams Resource Center, which is scheduled to open in 2013 in the park.
The center will run academic enrichment programs and engage youth in STEM activities. Saturday’s program also featured NASA exhibits and showcased the accomplishments of students from Hampton Roads who participated last year in NASA’s inaugural Summer of Innovation camps. More than 500 students who participated in the camps sponsored by NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton were in attendance.
Directed by Mike Carson & Mike Waxx.
Pharrell may be involved with the textile company Return Textiles — which creates clothes from recycled bottles — but he says his intention isn’t to be eco-friendly. The rapper-producer told The Associated Press on Thursday that he wasn’t eco-conscious growing up and still isn’t. And while the company is an eco-friendly one, Pharrell says its main goal is to make quality products. He says he “hates to put so much emphasis on the recycling part of it.” Pharrell says because the company uses recycled bottles, the sustainability becomes “an added value.” Return Textiles makes its products through use of bionic yarn technology, which is produced by using fibers collected from recycled plastic bottles. Pharrell joined the company in 2008.
Art imitated life recently as recording artist and producer Pharrell Williams has just partnered with NASA. No, he’s not zooming to the moon — yet. That’s in 2013 on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic space travel enterprise. Pharrell’s partnership with NASA has the Star Trak CEO hosting an education event on Saturday, April 23, that is poised to encourage students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) studies and careers. The STEM event will take place at the Williams Farms Park in Virginia Beach, VA. The event is free and open to the public.
NASA’s Summer of Innovation is a key part of President Obama’s Educate to Innovate campaign, which was launched to help keep middle school students engaged during school breaks. Pharrell, a native of Hampton Roads, Va., will also deliver an address about his nonprofit, From One Hand to Another, and the new Pharrell Williams Resource Center. The resource center probably will open while Pharrell is in outer space on the Virgin Galactic. Pharrell bought his six-figure ticket to outer space back in 2008. In case you’re itching to go and have a few extra bucks lying around, this is a fine time to show you your spacecraft.
The North Star, according to the brochure, has “a number of design features which we believed in their own right could make the vehicles many thousands of times safer than any manned space craft of the past.” One prerequisite to taking the trip is training. You must be trained. NASA just doesn’t let anybody with a few extra bucks go into outer space. Also, you must undergo a few health screenings that are said to be “simple and unrestrictive.” The cost of one ticket is about $200,000, and a deposit is required.
Virginia super producer Pharrell Williams will be the feature guest at this year’s ASCAP ‘I Create Music’ Expo, taking place at the end of the month. The fifth annual ‘I Create Music’ Expo will feature panels, performances and technology demonstrations dedicated to songwriting and composing. The Neptunes front man will MC the Expo Master Session, which will also feature a panel with In Living Colour drummer Will Calhoun and Parliament Funkadelic founding member Bernie Worrell. Last year’s event featured panels and performances from soul great Bill Withers, music legend Quincy Jones, Justin Timberlake and pop producer Dr. Luke.
Other panelist scheduled to attend this year’s event include guitarist Trevor Rabin, YouTube sensation Tay Zonday and rock singer Jonatha Brooke. The event takes place at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, April 28-30. ASCAP or American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is a non-profit organization that protects the rights and monetary interests of its members, which includes thousands of popular singers and songwriters.
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