Pharrell was on 46th season of Sesame Street this January with Gwen Stefani as a musical guests on the small screen’s most iconic street that aired on January 16th on HBO and we finally get to hear the Song Pharrell did for that episode. In the video, Pharrell teaches Elmo and The Cookie Monster the importance of reading through a song called “B Is For Book.” The jingle takes a journey through imagination because of reading as Williams sings that “you can go anywhere/without leaving a chair/by reading a book”, check it out above.
Colombian reggaeton singer and EMI signee J Balvin dropped his fourth studio album last week with collaborations by Pharrell Williams, BIA, Sky, Daddy Yankee, Fuego and Yandel. Seeing all those studio pictures by Pharrell and J Balvin in the studio confirmed pretty much at least 2 tracks by them, but unfortunately, only one tune made the album which is ‘Safari’ which also features i am OTHER signee BIA with Sky. The single already topped the Latin songs chart on #1 and the official video is on its way. I honestly felt like something is missing on the tune so i’ve edited some of the percussion sounds with shakers and hi hats for my own pleasure, make sure to cop the album on iTunes and check out the tunes below.
J Balvin – Energia (2016)
01 – Veneno (DVLP)
02 – Malvada (Sky)
03 – Safari feat. Pharrell, BIA & Sky) (Pharrell Williams)
04 – Bobo (Sky)
05 – Sigo Extrañándote (Sky, Mosty)
06 – Primera Cita (Sky, Mosty)
07 – Pierde Los Modales feat. Daddy Yankee (Sky)
08 – Por Un Día (Sky, Mosty, Jowan)
09 – No Hay Título feat. BIA (Mosty)
10 – Acércate feat. Yandel (Sky, Jowan)
11 – Snapchat (DVLP)
12 – Hola (Sky)
13 – Ginza (Sky)
14 – Solitario (Jowan)
15 – 35 Pa Las 12 feat. Fuego (Capi)
J Balvin – Safari feat. Pharrell, BIA & Sky (16′)
J Balvin – Safari feat. Pharrell, BIA & Sky (DJ Freakiii’s Edit) (16′)
According to Kid Cudi’s Twitter, Pharrell has just been in the studio with him to work on some new material. Kid Cudi previously worked with Chad Hugo on ‘Capcom’ featuring. Kenna from 2009 and on Shakira’s ‘Did It Again’ (Remix) produced by Pharrell the same year, stay tuned for more information.
Got some magic from Pharrell lastnite. New collabs, new energy, new frequency.
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) June 29, 2016
Kid Cudi – Capcom feat. Kenna (09′)
Shakira – Did It Again feat. Kid Cudi (Remix) (09′)
2nd – Open’er Festival – Poland, Gdynia
6th – Tivoli – Denmark, Copenhagen
8th – North Sea Jazz Festival – Rotterdam, The Netherlands
9th – Les Ardentes Festival – Liège, Belgium
10th – Hyde Park With Stevie Wonder & Corinne Bailey Rae London, UK
12th – Street Music Art Festival – Milan, Italy
13th – Moon & Stars Festival – Locarno, Switzerland
15th – Vieilles Charrues Festival – Carhaix, France
16th – Big Festival – Biarritz, France
17th – Carcassonne Festival – Carcassonne, France
18th – London, UK (Added New)
21st – Live Park Rishon Lezion, Israel
Here is the experimental short movie featuring N*E*R*D from 2008, thanks to Tsil.
By Marjua Estevez, photos by Ian Reid. Like lots of millennial and bicultural Latinos, Bia grew up between languages and borders, often negotiating relationships with varied places she called home. But no matter where her parental units ventured—New York, Boston, or Miami—one common thread kept them all together. “My parents have that island, cultural mentality where everything is centered around family. You cook, you clean, and you’re never afraid of hard work. That was what my household was all about,” she says about her Puerto Rican father and Italian mother.
“You went to school, stayed out of the streets, and did the good you had to do.” However virtuous Bia’s parents were, the Sisterhood of Hip Hop alum was never quite encouraged to pursue any larger-than-life dreams. After all, aspirations of becoming any of kind of artist are rarely ever nurtured by two old world folk who might know the value of hard work, but fail to see a life beyond manual labor. “I feel like that’s what you sometimes get with old fashioned or traditional parents, because they don’t often believe that [it’s] possible,” she adds.
Bia is nevertheless grateful for the strong households that raised her. Ones where Spanish, Italian and English were spoken, and where anything from Selena to Ivy Queen to Aaliyah to Tego Calderon would be playing as soundtrack for weekend cleaning sessions or family BBQs. After putting out #CholaSeason, which she explains is “that common comparison of ‘Oh, you’re Latina from the hood and you wear your baby hairs down, hoop earrings, and bandanas,” Bia is hard at work carving out a legacy of her own with her genre-bending trapetón (a fusion of trap and reggaetón).
Here is the official video to Kap G’s collaboration with Young Thung on the tune ‘Don’t Need ‘Em’ produced by Squat Beats and Devon Wyatt, directed by Be El Be, El Southside is now on iTunes.
Adidas Originals has teamed up with Pharrell Williams and his Billionaire Boys Club label once again to drape the iconic Stan Smith in a luscious palm tree print, alongside a matching line of apparel. The “Palm Tree” pack combines the signature playfulness of Billionaire Boys Club with the personality of Pharrell, and includes a Stan Smith in two different colorways, a track top, a T-shirt, a tank, and a pair of shorts. All of which are decked out in the summer-ready, full-color tropical prints.
Nostalgic of early ICE CREAM shoes, the reimagined Stan Smiths are available in vivid green and orange-red, emblazoned on soft Nappa leather. Each style comes complete with iconic Billionaire Boys Club branding, including an Astronaut on the tongue and a “B” logo on the heel tab. The track jacket comes in green french terry cotton with white palm trees and a contrasting flocked black “B” logo. The slightly subtler cotton jersey, meanwhile, incorporates the palm on the three-stripe motif and front pocket.
An allover green print covers the white tank with another astronaut logo on the front and center. Finally, the shorts offer up an all-over white-on-green print with flocked “B” logos and an embroidered trefoil motif. The adidas Originals x Pharrell Williams x Billionaire Boys Club “Palm Tree” pack is available on June 25, at adidas and Billionaire Boys Club flagship Stores, online and select retailers. If you missed the news last month, Chanel also announced a fashion collaboration with Pharrell.
Pusha T. stopped by to talk to Nessa at the 2016 BET Awards. He tells her how Reasonable Doubt changed him, signing Desiigner and emailing Jay-Z.
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