Never let it be said (again) that the musical-genius-vampire-ageless-low-key-Asian-man that is Pharrell doesn’t create ethnically diverse videos. After the humdrum about “Blurred Lines” not featuring enough women of multiple shades, he releases this. Miley Cyrus feature notwithstanding, this might be his most diverse display of beauties since his and Snoop’s “Beautiful” way back in the early 2000s. Check the rainbow colored visuals after the jump.
Usher and Nicki Minaj over this disco-era MJ track produced by Pharrell is a sugary dance number. It’s half as lewd as their first collab “Lil Freak” and about twice as potent. They achieve more without oversexing it and hint at some better musical chemistry overall. Listen after the jump.
Earlier this month, Pharrell Williams hosted the Fashion’s Night Out party at the BBC / ICECREAM store in Soho. Pharrell mingled with fans while Mark McNairy’s collaboration on Bee Line, Don C’s NY hats, and exclusive FNO pieces were featured throughout the night.