Chad Hugo & Dust La Rock
Artist Joshua Prince, known professionally as Dust La Rock, has died. He was 38. Prince was the co-founder of Fool’s Gold Records along with DJs A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs and worked as a designer and artist and art director for A-Trak and his Duck Sauce project. He was responsible for many of the label’s album release artwork and design properties, as well as independent work for major brands including Nike and Scion.
A conversation with rap’s 43-year-old uncle, who’s working on a new album with Pharrell and making moves with Tim McGraw. For a dude this chill, Snoop Dogg doesn’t get tired. Twenty years in the game and he’s still one of the most unpredictable characters out, constantly reinventing himself and shifting his sounds, with a light spirit and open mind that’s exemplary even outside the booth.
Between hosting his GGN web show, plotting business moves with Reddit, and working on an all new album, Bush, executive produced by Pharrell, Uncle Snoop took some time to drop some game on The FADER. While we were hanging out in New York, Tim McGraw called.
Regardless of what you believe, science tells us that we started out as primordial star slime,” says Pharrell Williams. “Things didn’t have to work out for us, you know.” I’m having a deep and meaningful with one of the most powerful men in music about God, the universe and the human race’s responsibilities to nature. As you do. “I believe in a God,” he says.
“There are people who don’t but, either way, the earth is our home – that’s something we can’t dispute, and we need to take care of it. This is me saying, ‘Let’s do something for the planet.’” What, specifically, he has in mind concerns the unlikely coupling of ocean conservation with fashion – deep subjects, both. Elemental forces, you might say. Water and clothing, two things the human race cannot live without. “If our oceans die, we die,” as Paul Watson from Sea Shepherd puts it.
Here is Pharrell’s cameo on The Simpsons Series, yep, its only 6 seconds long hah, thanks to chickitychoco.
Posted: February 5th.
Pharrell Williams is getting the “Simpsons” treatment. The producer is set to make a guest appearance as himself on Fox’s animated comedy series on February 8th. According to “Entertainment Weekly,” “Skateboard P” comes to Springfield’s rescue after the town learns its official song is the same as that of other towns. The animated version of Pharrell features the high-crowned Vivienne Westwood hat he made famous at last year’s Grammy Awards.
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