Pharrell Wants to Reunite & Collaborate With the Gallagher Brothers

By Shannon Carlin 

Pharrell’s Producer of the Year GRAMMY might have gone straight to his head or at least his hat, since he’s making some crazy suggestions about who he’d like to work with next.

Case in point: Noel and Liam Gallagher, the feuding brothers of Oasis, who Pharrell told BBC Newsbeat he’d like to reunite for a new collaboration. “Who wouldn’t want to work with the Gallaghers? Yeah, both of them,” Pharrell said.

While it all sounds a little crazy, Pharrell does admit it’s a “dream project,” knowing that the chances of getting those two together is practically slim to none. The Gallaghers haven’t worked together since 2009 when Noel left the group and Liam started Beady Eye with the remaining members of Oasis.

In the same interview, Pharrell also said he would like to work with Elton John, whose song “Rocket Man” inspired his son’s name, “Rocket,” and Stevie Wonder. The latter isn’t that farfetched being that the two performed alongside Daft Punk and Nile Rodgers at this year’s GRAMMYs.

“I would love to do a whole album with Stevie Wonder,” Pharrell said. “That would be amazing. He doesn’t need me, but it’d be amazing.”

Pharrell is set to perform at this year’s NBA All-Star Game next weekend and the Oscars, where his song “Happy” from Despicable Me 2 is up for Best Song.


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