An unreleased tune by Miley Cyrus titled ‘The Way I Feel’ just hit the net produced by Pharrell Williams featuring Tyler, The Creator. ‘The Way I Feel’ is a leftover from Miley Cyrus 2015 album ‘Bangerz’ and was later given to Jennifer Hudson, check out the little snippet below.
Miley Cyrus – The Way I Feel feat. Tyler, The Creator (Snippet) (15′)
Fam-Lay released his own clothing line called ‘Pacers’ and while promoting it he also dropped the Shark City Click version of ‘Da Beeper Record’. Back in 2009, Fam-Lay and The Neptunes decided to re-do his whole debut album with Live Instrumentals but only one tune released officialy from that session which can be found on Fast & Furious 4 OST from 2009 on the tune ‘Head Bust’, check out the little snippet of ‘Da Beeper Record’ below.
Fam-Lay (aka Shark City Click) – Head Bust feat. Pharrell (09′)
The new G-Star FW17 Campaign, a diverse celebration of individuality starring superstar Pharrell alongside a bevy of some of the most exciting creatives in fashion. Pharrell Williams – musician, producer, and G-Star RAW’s co-owner and Head of Imagination – stars in the brand’s Fall/Winter 2017 campaign alongside a diverse and dynamic collective of creatives, including Adwoa Aboah, Jean Campbell and Lennon Gallagher.
More than just a campaign, the imagery and video sees some of the most talked-about stars of the moment showing how they wear the iconic G-Star Elwood in their own unique way. Captured by acclaimed artist/photographer Collier Schorr, the campaign shows Aboah, model, mental health advocate and founder of Gurls Talk, alongside her younger sister, Kesewa; fellow models Campbell, India Graham and Brooke Perry; Scottish actor and model Connor Newall, and Gallagher, model and son of Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher. The campaign was shot in New York.
“For this campaign we specifically chose outspoken individuals with their own sense of style. The energy that happened when this talented group of people came together was beautiful, what set them apart actually brought them together,” Pharrell Williams commented of the campaign shoot.
You can’t underestimate the power of positivity—especially in today’s world. This Monday, when the US Open kicks off, many of the tournament’s favorites, including Garbiñe Muguruza and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, will take to the courts in colorful uniforms designed by Pharrell Williams for Adidas. Inspired by the retro colors of the ‘70s, the outfits are unlike any others you’ll see at Arthur Ashe stadium.
They have a sort of nostalgic sexiness and a vibrant, groovy feel—at an event for the release today, the lithe Sascha Zverev was turning heads in his knit polo, short shorts, and a Bjorn Borg-esque sweatband. Think Richie Tenenbaum-meets-Stan Smith. “I love this,” the women’s singles frontrunner (and recent Wimbledon champ) Garbiñe Muguruza told me, standing in her on-court ensemble of a knitted minidress and knee socks. “It’s retro and it’s a throwback. I feel so cool with the different colors—and the socks. I like to have bright colors and to feel feminine on the court. I think it’s a good combination.”
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) August 28, 2017
“The silhouettes that were very popular in the ‘70s were very strong,” said Williams, clad in his Adidas track jacket and Céline sunglasses. “I haven’t been able to get past that. They’re just so cool. When you look at Wes Anderson films and where he pulls from. From the colorway to the silhouettes, I’m definitely inspired.”
For the multi-hyphenate musician, the collection is the latest in his longstanding partnership with Adidas, which has borne many covetable sneaker styles and apparel pieces. “This really started because I wanted to do more with Adidas in the performance world and just get in and see how I could help out,” he said. “Tennis was always so interesting to me because it’s such a sophisticated scoring system that took me so long to understand and figure out. It actually took Stan Smith explaining it to me.
It’s so interesting that one of the terms for a score [a zero] is the word love. As you know that’s something that us, in this country, we need badly. Empathy and love are at a deficit right now. I think that this opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time because we get to weave in these necessary messages.” The messaging continues off the court. Today, Williams and Adidas announced a partnership to restore a tennis court with the New York City Parks Department and provide scholarships for kids with the non-profit, Horizon.
Williams and Adidas are also launching a city-wide campaign called Quiet Please—note the strikethrough—that will put referee chairs around New York City on August 28 and encourage visitors to get up there and speak their minds. It’s a play on the announcement that kicks off every tennis match with a social activism angle. “We don’t want you to be quiet,” he began, noting that the message he wants to share personally is “the need for empathy.”
“There are so many people who really want to elevate our species, and then there are people who are just not thinking about the bigger picture. They’re thinking about themselves, and they’re thinking about things that refer to them or their families, but they have no idea that we need empathy, we need love, we need unification. We need unity.”
Seeing Williams engage with children gathered around him at Harlem’s Frederick Johnson tennis court, it was hard not to feel the love. Muguruza wants to share it too. “If we push for the children to know tennis, they have the chance to like it,” she said, noting that she began playing at three-years-old. “I love to play and I love what it brings to me. It’s such a healthy life, and to me it means everything.”
For fans looking to add some retro good vibes to their lives, a main collection of Williams-designed pieces is already in Adidas stores, and an additional performance range will drop on August 31. When it comes to the tennis itself, Williams joked, “I don’t even know that I could return a serve, to be honest with you. I’m probably better at juggling tennis balls.” His favorite piece then? “That sick fanny pack, it’s so necessary.” Looking at the crowd gathered at the Adidas event today, it seemed the style has already taken off. Just remember to wear it cross-body.
— That Dude (@cjzer0) August 29, 2017
The music producer’s latest venture is designing tennis kit for the US Open – but, he tells Sophie Heawood, this is just the start. So there I am, gorging on yellowtail sashimi at Nobu in Malibu, waiting for Pharrell Williams to turn up for this interview, when his assistant arrives to tell me the good news — he’s outside! The bad news, though, is that he can’t come in, so she is going to drive me to her house (which turns out to be his house, a rented weekend retreat) where we will talk instead. Paparazzi? Sulking? Nerves? No. Apparently, Williams can’t leave his black SUV to enter the restaurant because he hasn’t eaten all day and the man is ravenous.
Leaving a restaurant because you’re hungry — it all makes perfect sense in Celebrityville. Not that I’m complaining. The house turns out to be a minimalist haven, with a wall of glass 80ft wide overlooking the Pacific Ocean and nothing else. On arrival I am asked to remove my shoes, so I plop my sandals into an outdoor basket beside a pair of multicoloured Adidas sneakers that say Pharrell Williams on the back. He is here! Barefoot, wearing a printed lilac T-shirt, baggy jeans and casual gold jewellery, the superstar musician and producer comes to greet me, noticeably polite. In fact, apart from the solid minute he spends deep in prayer to bless the big plate of Southern soul food brought by the chef (his head is down and his lips are moving), Williams doesn’t break eye contact for our entire conversation.
— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) August 11, 2017
Pharrell & Calvin Harris To Knock Justin Bieber’s Despacito Off #1
Calvin Harris is well on the way to knocking Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber off their number one throne this week as his track, Feels, soars up the singles charts. The superstar collaboration, featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean, is currently at number two and only 500 sales behind summer smash-hit, Despacito, with four days still to go before the official list is released. Success for Harris’ tune would deprive the Latin-inspired remix of a 12th week in the top spot, while marking an eighth number one for the artist himself, a fourth for Williams, a fifth for Perry and a first ever for Sean, make sure to cop it on iTunes now !
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