Can I just say “I love OverDoz.” and leave it at that? No? Fine. Just know that while 2008 is technically their debut album, they’ve been making quality music for years. This time around, they’ve given us sixteen tracks of goodness – including guest features from the likes of Miguel and A$AP Ferg, along with . . .
“Ignored the last call, got one more.” N.O.R.E. and Pharrell have very different vibes, but they have a great history together. They decide to add one more chapter to their history together with a mellow new joint called “Uno Más.” This is N.O.R.E.’s first release under Mass Appeal Records. Stream “Uno Más” below.
With Despicable Me 3 hitting theaters on June 30th, Pharrell saw fit to drop a new video for “There’s Something Special,” the second single from the movie. It should be mentioned that Pharrell’s falsetto flies free on this song. The video is rather trippy, and features a plethora of little Pharrell heads, along with footage . . .
Calvin Harris has been known to pull in a big name or three for guest features. This time around, he connects with Young Thug, Pharrell and Ariana Grande for “Heatstroke.” Stream “Heatstroke” below, and purchase via iTunes.
The highly anticipated soundtrack for Hidden Figures is executive produced by Pharrell Williams, and it’s now available for the people. The project is ten tracks total, featuring Pharrell, Alicia Keys, Lalah Hathaway, Mary J. Blige, Janelle Monae, Kim Burrell, and more. Stream Hidden Figures: The Album below and purchase via iTunes.
“Don’t you know we are able? And that alone makes us major.” The highly anticipated Hidden Figures film releases on December 9th, and Pharrell has released a new song called “Able” to help the buzz continue to build. This one is a jazzy, upbeat groove that fits well within Pharrell’s strengths as an artist. The . . .
We’ve been seeing a steady rollout of Hidden Figures tracks over the past few weeks, and Pharrell‘s “I See A Victory” is the latest drop. Featuring vocals from the legendary Kim Burrell, this one has a definitively gospel praise and worship feel to it, but with just a touch of Pharrell’s funky brand of production . . .
Pharrell‘s versatility as an artist and creative should be known as the 8th wonder of the world. This time around, he’s back with yet another release from the Hidden Figures soundtrack, called “Crave.” This one finds him delving into more old school territory, complete with absolutely fire contributions from the horn section. Hidden Figures is . . .
Kid Cudi has been in the news lately for a bit of internet beef, as well as his time spent in rehab. He takes things back to the reason he’s a household name with a newly released video for “Surfin,” which features Pharrell. Look for Cudi’s Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin project to release in . . .
Pharrell has been known to drop gems on soundtracks every once in a while, and he’s back with another attempt with the release of “Runnin.” This song will feature on the forthcoming Hidden Figures soundtrack. The fil, which stars Taraji P. Henson, is about Katehrine Johnson, the African-American physicist and space scientist who calculated flight . . .
This is big. Skepta already had a lot of momentum both in and out of the UK, but the stage gets a lot bigger with the release of “Numbers,” featuring Pharrell. We can hear the Virginia native’s influence throughout the soundscape of this track, and Skepta’s quickfire flow fits well within the tempo of the . . .
Amidst all of the chaos that was today, with Rihanna’s album “Anti” randomly appearing and disappearing on Tidal and Kanye West’s stream of conscious tweeting about Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky decided to release two songs on a brand new Soundcloud. The first song in the two part series was a song, we’ve already heard before, . . .
Big Sean drops a new joint called “What A Year,” featuring Pharrell and Detail. The song gives off a motivated mindset, and has the potential to make the playlist of those of us with new year resolutions in mind. Stream “What A Year” below.
Snoop Dogg and Pharrell‘s “Beautiful” is an undisputed summertime classic, but London-based producer Mr Zenius slows it down and uses it perfectly as part of a wintery instrumental for Bobii Lewis‘s “Special.” Bobii has a dynamic flow to his singing that is more hip-hop than R&B, but his vocals are smooth enough to set the mood. . . .
Any time Missy Elliott makes a return, it’s a good day. When she drops a new video with Pharrell? Great day. That’s just what’s going on this morning with the new video for “WTF (Where They From).” The fashion is wild, her sound is as vibrant and bold as ever, and the dance moves are . . .