Go behind-the-scenes for an exclusive look at Pharrell’s new music video for his infectious single, “Happy.” The track serves as the lead single to the soundtrack for the film, Despicable Me 2. Hear some commentary from the Virginia Beach native as well as directors Andrew Coleman and Mike Larson as they share details on the creative process behind the song’s 24-hour-long visual.
Pharrell Williams delivers a new official and shorter music video for his new “Happy” single which is featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming film, Despicable Me 2. The visual finds Skateboard P and a number of random everyday folks having fun and performing to the camera for the uplifting song. Follow along as Pharrell encourages everyone to have a good time and sends a positive message to simply enjoy life and be happy.
Skateboard P took his act to the small screen with a live performance of his uplifting song “Happy” featured on the soundtrack to the film Despicable Me 2. Serving as the musical guest on Queen Latifah’s talk show, P tore the stage down backed by a live choir and even took the opportunity to get a quick two-step session in with the Queen in front of a live audience.