After almost Four Months, Pharrell gets back in the studio with Sammy Adams to finish their studio session, let’s just hope that Sammy’s new tune that will come out on Monday titled All Night Longer is produced by The Neptunes, thanks to BlueSky2308. “yah @SammyAdams @Pharrell make amazing music together….lets beat the last session!”
Updated: January 23rd
Boston-Native rapper Samuel Adams Wisner, better known by his stage name, Sammy Adams (24) let the Twittersphere know that he is working in the studio with The Neptunes. He tweeted this morning that he is ‘In the studio with skateboard p’ and that they did some ‘Primal heat’. In early 2010, he emerged into the music industry with his release of “I Hate College (Remix)”, a remix of Asher Roth’s I Love College, on YouTube. He released afterwards his debut EP Boston’s Boy (2010) which managed to reach #73 on The Billboard 200. Boston’s Boy also debuted at number one on the iTunes hip-hop chart in its first week, and the song “Driving Me Crazy” hit #8 on iTunes hip-hop singles chart. His debut album is due this Fall.
Sammy Adams – Blow Up (Official Video)
Kevin Rudolf – She Can Get It (Chad Hugo) (08′)
By S. Pajot. How awesome would it be if there were entire orchards of fruit-bearing woody plants with full-grown human females dangling from the branches, instead of apples, oranges, or mangoes? Unfortunately, that’s just Crossfade’s kinky agri-sexual fantasy. And even though it might seem that local pop-hop crooner Cris Cab and famous homie Pharrell probably live in a world where beautiful women can be picked like peaches … They don’t. Even the music world’s elite got romantic problems. Just listen to Cab’s track “Good Girls (Don’t Grow on Trees),” co-written by The Neptunes dude and produced by Wyclef Jean with a verse by Big Sean. So before last night’s gig at Grand Central, we sat down for a heart-to-heart conversation with Cris about “Good Girls,” trees, romance, jet-setting, and hitting the studio with Pharrell, Wyclef, and Sean.
Miaminewtimes: What is Cris Cab’s jet-set schedule these days? Where are you livin’? Where are you chillin’? Where are you recording?
Cris Cab: I have probably been home in Miami a total of four weeks in the last seven months. Between touring and recording, I’m barely ever home. But besides missing my family, I love traveling and being on the road. I have been keeping a checklist of which cities I have been so far, and it’s starting to get long. I live in Miami. I chill on the beach. I record either at my studio here in Miami or NYC.
M: Your Facebook and Twitter have been loaded up with pics and reports from the studio. What’s the next big project on deck?
C: We don’t have a title just yet. But a new project will be coming at the end of September.
M: Obviously, “Good Girls (Don’t Grow on Trees)” is the big push right now. Is there any way to fail with a roster like Cris Cab, Big Sean, Wyclef, and Pharrell?
I don’t take anything for granted. The fans will always decide if they like the music or not. They can always see through the hype. I am blessed to work with those heavyweights, but their involvement will only open more ears to give it a chance. After that, the fans make up their own mind.
M: What have these superskilled dudes taught you about the music game?
C: Not to be scared to be unique and to be yourself.
M:What is a good girl?
C:One who is loyal, honest, and a Cris Cab fan!
M: Has Cris Cab ever been the reason a good girl gone bad?
C: Hmmmmm … I make bad girls go good.
M: Last question: If good girls did, in fact, grow on trees … How many would you pick?
C: Only one, my friend. Can’t be greedy. Have to leave some for others.
J. Cole – The Cure (12’)
Pulse client D.A. Wallach is a member of Billboard Magazine’s “140 Most Influential Tweeters In The Music Business.” The musician, songwriter, performer, and entrepreneur joins a list of tastemakers including A-Trak, Deadmau5, Dr. Luke, Benny Blanco, and Zedd. See the full list of Billboard’s “140 Most Influential Tweeters in the Music Business” here.
Conor Maynard’s debut album ‘Contrast’ just leaked on the net, and we got to check out the full versions of the Pharrell productions on the two tracks, Lift Off & Glass Girl. Like I already said, Lift Off, that features Pharrell on the vocals, sounds straight up like a Justified leftover, and on ‘Glass Girl’, it looks like Pharrell has been inspired by Dub Step, and remember when I said that ‘Glass Girl’ is a recycled tune, well it does sound like Bobby V’s ‘My Ex-Girlfriend’ from 2009 that didn’t make it on his ‘Rebirth’ album, what do y’all think guys, check out all three tunes below and make sure to cop that album on iTunes, ‘Contrast’ is due July 30th, thanks to EclecticE.
Conor Maynard – Lift Off feat. Pharrell (12’)
Bobby Valentino – My Ex-Girlfriend feat. Pharrell (09′)
‘That’s, like, my favorite album,’ Odd Future MC tells MTV News of Skateboard P’s solo debut. Tyler, The Creator makes no qualms about his admiration for Pharrell, so why wouldn’t he mark his calendar on the six-year anniversary of The Neptunes producer’s oft-forgotten debut In My Mind? “Oh, dude, I love that album. That’s, like, my favorite album,” the Odd Future MC told MTV News on Wednesday (July 25) of the Grammy-nominated LP. On July 25, 2006, Pharrell stepped into the spotlight with his Gwen Stefani-assisted single “Can I Have It Like That” and later followed with “Number One,” his Michael Jackson-inspired single with Kanye West. In My Mind remarkably mixed rap, R&B and funk with that patented Neptunes sound, and while few artists reference it as an inspiration, the Odd Future standout has long been vocal about the album’s influence on his own work.
“Well, yeah, I’m a big Neptunes stan, so it’s different for me. I love that album. I f—s with Pharrell and Chad; he’s Asian,” Tyler said with no filter. We’re not sure how many people actually took the time to acknowledge Pharrell’s anniversary, but it’s safe to say Tyler was one of a select few — if not the only one. “I hit him up today like, ‘Hey, today’s your six-year anniversary!’ ” Tyler recalled of the conversations he and Skateboard P had earlier Wednesday. “He was like, ‘Thanks,’ and I was like, ‘All right, my n—a.’ “ P has also shown love to the OFWGKTA crew: He produced “Sweet Life” on Frank Ocean’s recently released Channel Orange album, and he and Tyler have been getting some work in as well. “We did one song,” Tyler said. “We started on one song, but we never finished it, but hopefully we get on some other sh–.” What’s your favorite song from Pharrell’s In My Mind? I gotta go with ‘ I Really Like You Girl’. Let us know in the comments!
Pharrell – I Really Like You Girl (06′)
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