Pharrell has been on fire as of late and shows no signs of slowing up anytime soon. While recently out in the UK for a scheduled performance at The BRIT Awards, Skateboard P decided to give some journalists an exclusive listen to his upcoming solo LP, G I R L. Take a look at the official tracklist below for details and fans can expect to purchase Pharrell’s latest offering when it releases on March 3.
1. Marilyn Monroe
2. Brand New (feat. Justin Timberlake)
6. Come Get It (feat. Miley Cyrus)
7. Gust of Wind (feat. Daft Punk)
8. Lost Queen
10. You Know Who You Are (feat. Alicia Keys)
11. It Girl
Skateboard P catches up with FUSE and gives up a couple hints at what possibly fans can hope to hear from him in the near future. Pharrell gets into details on his recent work for the upcoming Spider-Man 2 film as he was chosen to score it along with Hans Zimmer. The N.E.R.D. front man also shared his thoughts on how he approaches being 40-years-old.
“King Push” takes the stage on The Jimmy Kimmel Show with Pharrell for a live performance of their collaborative song, “S.N.I.T.C.H.,” which is featured on Pusha’s My Name Is My Name LP. Backed by a full band, watch as the Virginia natives rock the Sony indoor stage for fans and perform for viewers tuning in at home. My Name Is My Name is in stores and available for purchase.
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.
Life+Times links up with Pharrell and gets the legendary producer’s thoughts on his collaboration with JAY Z for “Allure” which is featured on the rapper’s The Black Album. Skateboard P discusses his motivation for enticing Jigga Man to rhyme over the instrumental and talks about tapping into Hov’s emotional style of flow. Speaking candidly with the camera, P also touches on “Can I Live” being one of his all time favorite records from JAY Z, the origins of their friendship, chemistry in the studio and the longevity of his career.
Azealia Banks finally gives her Pharrell assisted single “ATM Jam” the visual treatment. Follow along on a trippy and colorful ride as Banks and her crew hit party it up. Directed by Rony Alwin, watch as Banks performs to the camera in various exotic looking locations and turns the energy up as she celebrates her stacks of cash.
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.