On the nearly 4-minute track, Pharrell sings about his feelings over a twinkly piano and gives us the cavity-inducing line, “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.”
“We’re very happy to officially announce that two superstars will be joining the next season in these coaches’ chairs: Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will be added to the Voice family,” Carson Daly announced.
Pharrell’s already on top of the music world; why not try to conquer the literary format as well?
Like any writer worth their salt, Pharrell knows to not gild the lily. “I don’t need no adjectives for this girl,” he sings, and sure enough with the video for “Marilyn Monroe” he lets the visuals do most of the talking.
The obiquitous Pharrell may be “Happy” all over the place, but he’s not losing his edge.
The Hot 100’s top seven? Exactly the same for three weeks straight.
Watch what happens when Oprah gathers a little montage of fan videos from around the world and shows him during a recent interview.
It’s a sweeping ballad full of all the right things that will make the moment when Peter Parker kisses that lucky so-and-so extra emotional.
Ed Sheeran talks about what it was like to work closely with Pharrell and produce his new single, “SING.”
Pharrell Williams used his solo set as a career-spanning showcase, touching on his string of chart-topping collaborative hits from last year (namely Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”) to a show-stopping revue of his chart history