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Pharrell Williams To Headline At BottleRock 2019

Pharrell Williams & Friends will perform at this years BottleRock in Napa County, California, United States which is due May 25th. Get your tickets HERE!


Virginia Beach City Approve Pharrell’s Dome Site Project Deal

A proposed major entertainment complex at the Oceanfront would cost about $328.5 million dollars with the city contributing around $95 million, Deputy City Manager Ron Williams explained Wednesday. The city and Venture Realty Group have reached a deal to build a Surf Park, Live Concert Hall, Retail Shops, and Restaurants at the old Dome Site around 18th to 20th Streets.

While this is a big step forward, city leaders stress that city council members will still have to vote before anything officially moves ahead. Williams says the city has talked for years about what to do at the site. The old Dome Site concert venue was demolished in 1994. Since then, the area has mostly become just parking lots above Pacific Avenue. The city had been negotiating with Venture Realty, who has involvement from musician Pharrell Williams.



The Neptunes Projects Of 2019

This are some of highlights of the collaborations we can look forward of 2019, the complete list is HERE.

A$AP Ferg
Third Studio Album
– Untitled

Debut Album
– Untitled

The Young OG Project 2
– Untitled feat. Ne-Yo

Justin Timberlake
– Untitled

– Untitled feat. Pharrell

Rick Ross
– Untitled feat. Sam Sneak
(Produced By Pharrell Williams)

– Untitled

The Lion King Score
Hans Zimmer & Pharrell Williams

Vince Staples
– Untitled + 2 Tracks
(Produced By Pharrell Williams)

A Re-Cap Of All Tracks By Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams Of 2018

Here is a Re-Cap of all productions by Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams of the year 2018.

Solo (November 9)
– Goals (Single) (November 9)
(Produced By Pharrell Williams)

Ariana Grande
Sweetener (August 17)
– Blazed feat. Pharrell
– Borderline feat. Missy Elliott
– Get Well Soon
– R.E.M.
– Successful
– Sweetener
– The Light Is Coming feat. Nicki Minaj (Single) (June 21)
(All Tracks Produced By Pharrell Williams)

The Light Is Coming (Promo) (June 21)
– The Light Is Coming feat. Nicki Minaj (Single) (June 21)
(Produced By Pharrell Williams)

Arturo Sandoval
Ultimate Duets (May 18)
– Arturo Sandoval feat. Pharrell & Ariana Grande
(Produced By Pharrell Williams & Arturo Sandoval)

Chad Hugo


Pharrell With Nigo


Kelis Talks Working With The Neptunes


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Pharrell & Family In Los Angeles Mission (December 21, 2018)





Pusha T x Forbes Interview, Talks Grammy Nomination & New Album Coming Soon

Bisnoff: How did it feel for Daytona to receive a Grammy nomination for rap album of the year?
Pusha T: It was really super overwhelming, to be honest with you. I’ve been watching the Grammys for so long and I remember being really young and my favorites never were picked. Initially, they weren’t even nominated and then it got to a point where some of my favorites began to get nominated as I got older and then they were boycotting it. Finally, it got to a time where some really great rap artists, Jay-Z, Kanye West, were recognized and now, just recently, I was made aware that there was a new system being implemented in how they even did the rap category. I thought that was really dope and a good effort in trying to make sure the category was strong and representative of the hip-hop community. I get nominated this year and think the category is phenomenal. These are all albums that I have cosigned in some way, shape or form, whether it be on social media or speaking out about them and I’m just glad to be one of them.

Bisnoff: In the long trajectory of your career, how does it feel to finally get this type of recognition?
Pusha T: I love it, it’s super special. I personally can’t think of a rap artist with my content, this direct street-oriented content, something that is just catered to a rap purest, I don’t know when that’s happened for an artist of my caliber. There are so many subgenres of rap today, somebody who does this, I haven’t seen that, I don’t know when I’ve seen this. Not to liken my album to let’s say a Reasonable Doubt, but just in comparison, I feel like artists like myself or Jay-Z or whoever, we never get recognized at our purest form. We mature and then we hit a level of commercial success and then we get recognized when the critical acclaim is always for our first album. Daytona is still in that running for rap purest street music that people are going to be like ‘wow, I didn’t know albums that took this approach would ever get nominated.'” Read more at

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