Beck just released his new single ‘Dark Places’ Co-Produced by Pharrell once again, check out the Lyric Video below. ‘Hyperspace’ is due November 22, Pre-Order HERE!
Pharrell Williams wins the Hollywood Song Award for his track “Letter To My godfather,” which was on the soundtrack of the 2019 film, “The Black Godfather“. The winners of 23rd Hollywood Film Awards were announced on Tuesday.
The Neptunes, the creative, innovative production-songwriting duo of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo who shaped pop and urban radio from the ’90s well into the 2000s thanks to crafting hits for Britney Spears, Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Usher and Beyoncé, are nominated for the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame. Joining The Neptunes as nominees for the 2020 class are other visionaries who have carved out their own space in the music universe: the rap icons Outkast and rock pioneers R.E.M., who announced they had called it quits in 2011. Read the whole article HERE!
Two music legends, Pharrell and Rick Rubin, sit down at Shangri-La to have what can only be called an epic conversation. In this wide-ranging mutual interview, the two cover everything from the Blurred Lines lawsuit to how the LL Cool J album Rick produced influenced Pharrell. Sit back and enjoy, because this epic conversation is a ride.
Pharrell Williams – Letter To My Godfather (Live At Netflix Soundcheck Event) (2019)
Filmmakers and studios are still scrambling to complete their holiday releases, and not all of the songs you’ll be hearing about during awards season are set. But at least a dozen tunes are in contention for that all-important Oscar shortlist to be revealed December 16. Documentary songs can’t be counted out. This year’s slate includes Pharrell Williams’ “Letter To My Godfather” from “The Black Godfather” (written with Chad Hugo) and past winner Paul Williams (“Evergreen”), whose “Da Bronx” (written with Charles Fox) adorned the doc “The Bronx, USA.”
Musician and fashion designer Pharrell Williams has designed a two-tower residential development for Toronto, Canada. Williams was enlisted by Toronto developers Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties to work with architects IBI Group and interior designers U31 on the exterior, interiors and furnishings for the project called Untitled.
It marks the Grammy Award-winning artist’s first foray into residential development, following other architecture and design endeavours such as collaborations with late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid and fashion brand G-Star Raw. Williams has also designed a youth centre in his home town Virginia with Miami-based architect Chad Oppenheim.
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