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January 2009

Robin Thicke TV Episode 3: Making Of “Dreamworld”

Lil’ Wayne – Troublemaker feat. Pharrell, Jae Millz & Gutta Gutta

For all you traditional-rap fans, a Weezy hip-hop record titled “Troublemaker” leaked online Wednesday. Although the production credit has yet to be confirmed, the beat sounds like something out of the Neptunes’ kitchen, and the looped vocal of a man saying the word “Troublemaker” is a dead ringer for Pharrell Williams.


Check Out The Snippet Right Here.

Teriyaki Boyz – Do You Like Japan Tour (2009)

Another Teyana Taylor Neptunes Collabo Revealed „Kisser“

For someone who touts Google so much, you’d figure Teyana Taylor would be hip enough to know that footage of her dancing in a leotard was bound to make it onto the Internet. Think again. The burgeoning artist recently mimicked Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” dance routine, and the video popped up all over the blogosphere. “Oh my God, everybody has seen that!” Taylor told MTV News. “I didn’t know it was gonna be like that. Everybody’s been like, ‘I seen you in the leotard.’ It’s crazy, because I just learned it that morning, ’cause it was just for fun. It was at the National Black Theater on 125th [Street in Harlem, New York]. My homegirl had a fashion show, and I hosted it for her. I told her I would do it for fun. Being that I was the host, I feel like I had to go all the way.”Taylor fashioned her hosting duties after former BET Awards host Mo’Nique. The plus-size comedienne entered the 2007 show with a full throng of dancers performing Beyoncé’s “Déjà Vu.” In 2004, Mo playfully mimicked the singer’s “Crazy In Love” routine. It’s a good thing Taylor’s been working on her moves. The Pharrell protégé is set to release her newest single, “I Feel Alive.”

The track will be the second selection from her forthcoming debut, From A Planet Called Harlem. Taylor said the uptempo track will “definitely show off more of my dancing qualities.” The album is tentatively due in late April on Star Trak/ Interscope Records. For From A Planet Called Harlem, Taylor has worked with Pharrell (“Kisser“) and Eve on a track called “Young Girl.” Another collaborator she’s working with is Lil’ Wayne. Despite all of Wayne’s bravado, Taylor said she’s not wary of working with him. In fact, she said her friendship with the Cash Money lyricist makes it easy, while it was Eve’s contribution that made her nervous. “That’s my boy,” she said of Wayne. “I’m cool with everybody I work with. I’m a social butterfly. I make friends with everybody. So nothing really intimidates me. But when you’re cool with someone, it’s more like, ‘Oh, that’s my boy.’ If I didn’t know him, yeah, I’d be [intimidated]. “When Eve got on my ‘Young Girl’ song, I didn’t know her,” Taylor continued. “And when I heard it, I was smiling mad hard. I couldn’t stop smiling. Just, oh my God, I can’t believe I got her on my song.”


Teyana Taylor – From A Planet Called Harlem (2009) (April)
Producers & Guests: Hit Boy, The Neptunes, Jazze Pha, Bangladesh, Mad Scientist, Kelis, Frost, Shondre, Six Sense…
Confirmed Tracks:
– Color Me Pink
– Young Girl feat. Eve
– Translation
– Traffic Stop
– Google Me (Jazze Pha)
– Complicated
– Switch It Up (Neptunes)
– Good Enough
– Naah Mean
– Rock Star (Jazze Pha)
– I Feel Alive (Spinnin’) feat. Pharrell (Neptunes)
– Kisser (Neptunes)

The Clipse CityNews.Ca Interview

The Clipse Vice Magazine Interview

Chad Hugo Teenage Pictures

Laughing My F#$%^@* A#$ Off… Check Out This Pimp Right Here… Props To Beast101.

Robin Thicke Dream World Amazon Promo Video

Usher Talks About Working With Pharrell, Adam Levine

When we caught up with him among the inaugural hoopla, Usher made us a promise: new music very soon. Maybe the record could be a Pharrell Williams/ Neptunes production, because a photo of Usher, Skateboard P and Maroon 5’s Adam Levine collaborating in the studio recently hit the Net. “It’s a little bit of everything,” Usher said of what they’ve been working on. “Pharrell has his Web site where he lets you come inside his world and lets you know what’s happening. A few pictures did leak online, just to let you know what he’s been working on. There’s some synergy between all of us and the record we’re working on is gonna be an incredible record. I’m a fan. Adam is incredible — far beyond what I even fathomed.

“[The studio session] was a loose thing,” Ush added. “[Adam] came in, picked up a guitar and went to work.” Usher and Pharrell obviously have a rich history of working together. “U Don’t Have To Call” was a blockbuster, but the Atlanta crooner says he isn’t looking to “yesterday” for inspiration — his sights are on right now. “We want to create music like you never heard before,” Usher explained. “Once we create something in the studio that everybody is crazy about, then we try to beat that. Once we create another one, we try to beat that. It’s like we’re challenging ourselves in the moment, as opposed to chasing what’s in the past. Although ‘U Don’t Have To Call’ is always a great reason for us to come back again — it was more or less a celebration.”


Previous Usher Neptunes’ Work

8701 (2001)
– I Don’t Know feat. P. Diddy
– You Don’t Have To Call

8701 (Australian Import)/U Don’t Have To Call (VLS) (2001)
– You Don’t Have To Call feat. Ludacris (Remix)

Wifey (VLS) (2004)
– Wifey feat. Pharrell

YEAH! (CDS) (Import) (2004)
– Sweet Lies feat. Vanessa Marquez

I Heard A Rumour (VLS) (2005)
– I Heard A Rumour

Don’t Take It Personal (VLS) (2006)
– Don’t Take It Personal

Only One (VLS) (2007)
– Only One feat. Pharrell

Flash (CDS) (2008)
– Flash

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