Here is another glimpse of Gwen Stefani’s newest Pharrell collaboration with the tune ‘Spark The Fire’, thanks to bicmac2098.
By Julian Kimble. A decade after The Neptunes had us all mimicking the mouth clicks of “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” VIBE remembers the album that cemented the magical chemistry shared between Snoop and Skateboard P. Some artists and producers unite to form unstoppable forces.
Nas and DJ Premier had amazing chemistry during the ‘90s, yet successful sound. Then, of course, there’s the curious case of Kanye West and… himself. During the early 2000s, one such combination was forged, and it was like Stephen Curry at the free throw line: Automatic. That combination is Snoop Dogg and The Neptunes.
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Here is the longer version of Bia’s ‘Spend It’ tune as promised edited by me til we get the full one that also has T.I. on the tune, produced by Pharrell Williams, make sure to cop Bia’s Mixtape #CHOLASEASON if you haven’t yet.
Bia – Spend It (DJ Freakiii Edit) (14′)
At last weekend’s third annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, Tyler, The Creator had what may be one of the greatest days of his life. As rambunctious as he may seem, Tyler’s always proved to be very smart and honest without an ounce of shame, especially when it comes to discussing Pharrell and N*E*R*D’s influence on him as a performer and person.
Therefore, it was hard for him to hide his emotions when Chad Hugo joined Pharrell’s solo set at the Odd Future event, leaving Tyler visibly shaken. But the love didn’t stop there. After Pharrell finished his performance, Mass Appeal arranged for Tyler to interview his idol. The love and respect isn’t a one way transaction as Pharrell, with emotions clearly welling up, describes the chance to perform with Tyler at the OF-hosted event as one thing he envies yet appreciates.
By Michelle Stark. On the surface, the fact that Pharrell Williams is the best judge to ever grace The Voice’s red-chair-flanked stage may surprise you. Mr. Williams seems rather quiet and unassuming on the show. Before this year’s mondo hit Happy, he didn’t have great name recognition with the average person. And what about all the other judges? That vapid Maroon 5 stud Adam Levine, or perpetually boozy country guy Blake Shelton?
How about all those times Shakira was a sweetheart? Surely all of the bizarre things that came out of Cee-Lo Green’s mouth make him a contender, right? Wrong. Pharrell is the best. The dude is a bonafide music master, serving as writer, producer (along with his producing group The Neptunes) or singer on some of the biggest hits of the past decade: Britney Spears’ I’m a Slave 4 U, No Doubt’s Hella Good, Nelly’s Hot in Herre, Justin Timberlake’s Rock Your Body, Snoop Dogg’s Drop It Like It’s Hot, fellow Voice coach Gwen Stefani’s Hollaback Girl.
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