Esentrik has been busy and already worked on his follow up to his The Neptunes Edits Vol. 2 (2019). One half of TWRK released this morning the third installment of his Neptunes Edits Mixtape. Make sure to show Esentrik some love by getting his Mixtape on his BandCamp Page and stream the Mixtape below!
“To be among all these designer theta waves is a gift,” said Pharrell at the 71st annual benefit gala. “I’m incredibly curious about how I made it here tonight,” Pharrell Williams told The Hollywood Reporter, as he stepped off the red carpet Monday night in Manhattan at the 71st annual benefit for the scholarship fund for Parsons at The New School. “But I’m happy for the experience. To be among all these designer theta waves is a gift.”
Artist KAWS introduced Pharrell and presented him with the Parsons Table Award. “My greatest wish is to see students — and everyone in this room — creating without limits. No boundaries,” said Williams. “To open your mind to every idea. To open your work to everyone, to design for all bodies, genders, shapes, colors and abilities.” “People inspire me, their differences, their causes for doing things and differences.
And individuality,” he added. “That’s so cool to me. What’s not cool is doing the same thing. That’s also not fun.” Benefit co-chair Susan Rockefeller kicked off the seated dinner by saying, “These students are taking the lead for our planet and designing a future for all of us.” And to support those efforts, the evening raised a whopping $3.6 million in scholarship funding.
Forum Member Tyler, The Creator just released his Sixth studio album titled ‘Igor’ with collaborators including Lil’ Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, Charlie Wilson, Jessy Wilson, Solange, Kanye West, La Roux, Jerrod Carmichael and Pharrell Williams on the tune ‘Are We Still Friends’, make sure to get the album now on iTunes and check out the tune below.
Photos by A. Shurtleff. There must be something in the water in Virginia, Pharrell Williams said at the University of Virginia on Friday — and UVA graduates, whether born and bred or transplants, have an obligation to use their talents to help others. “Virginia has continued to produce icons, and I know that there are a bunch of future icons in this room waiting to reveal yourself,” he said in a fiery Valedictory Exercises address at John Paul Jones Arena.
“But my deep love for Virginia and for its people does not blind me to the fact that there is also troubled water here. In fact, my love for Virginia heightens my awareness that Virginia has a complicated history, a history that continues to shape the present.” Williams is a producer, songwriter and philanthropist who was born in Virginia Beach and performed at the Concert for Charlottesville in 2017. He spoke about challenges endemic to Virginia since its founding, and challenged graduates of the Class of 2019 to fight oppression wherever it is found.
Photo By Travis W Keyes. A wine-country summer staple, Bottle Rock returns to the Napa Valley Expo May 24–26 with an eclectic lineup featuring some all-time greats of soul, rock, folk, indie and hip-hop. This year’s headliners are indie folk band Mumford and Sons, two-time Rock’n’Roll-Hall-of-Famer Neil Young and Grammy-winning electro-pop band Imagine Dragons. If those aren’t your cup of tea, the rest of the lineup includes some notable highlights, including May 25’s performance from super-producer Pharrell Williams, who, in addition to being a star in his own right, helped create some of Ariana Grande, Missy Elliott and Gwen Stefani’s most memorable tracks.
Oakland rap icon Too Short performs on May 26, as well as guitar god Carlos Santana, Bay Area soul band Con Brio, Big Boi of Outkast and actor-turned-musician Jeff Goldblum. Chart-topping rapper Logic performs May 24, plus Irish punk band Flogging Molly and Oakland retro rock’n’roller Shannon Shaw (who performs again on May 25 with her band, Shannon and the Clams). May 25’s lineup also includes ’90s stoner rappers Cypress Hill, Colombian pop star Juanes and punk band Against Me. Three-day passes for Bottle Rock are sold-out, but single-day tickets are still available. The full schedule and more information about the festival can be found here.
Here is finally OTHERtone Episode 53 with The Neptunes, Teddy Riley, Pusha T and Timbaland, check out the video below and get the whole show on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/curator/othertone/994414803?app=music&ign-itsct=be1_cur_oth&ign-itscg=30302!
— Icee (@IceeRed__) May 15, 2019
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