For “Come Get It Bae,” we get a message from the women’s movement: the personal is political.
Weird Al’s ‘Mandatory’ Interview: ‘Word Crimes,’ the ‘Tacky’ Video & Prince, Who Still Won’t Say Yes to a Parody
The longtime parody artist talks his latest targets — and how Prince still won’t give him permission.
2014, just like 2013, continues to be the year of Pharrell. And Beyoncé.
We’re happy to present to you the eight tracks you may or may not have realized had a little Pharrell sprinkled on them.
“Word Crimes,” his new video, doesn’t reference Robin Thicke’s perhaps poor choice of words on the original. Instead, Weird Al is giving a lesson in grammar.
It was just a matter of time before Weird Al Yankovic put his own stamp on Pharrell’s still-reigning “Happy.”
After getting a Disclosure remix on his R&B summer single “Good Kisser”, Usher is back with a new track featuring the woman having perhaps her all-time greatest year, Nicki Minaj.
Topping the charts in this mid-year music report is Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, which has reached half the world’s population in merely six months with 571,000 plays on terrestrial radio.
Watch Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, Pharrell, Robin Thicke, Chris Brown, Jay Z & Beyoncé Perform at the BET Awards
Sure, they handed out awards last night (June 30) at the BET Awards, but what we’re all really going to be talking about is the performances. And boy, were there some doozies.
Listen to ‘Til Everyone Can See’ Feat. Pharrell, Incubus’ Mike Einziger, Travis Barker and Hans Zimmer
The all-star track was released to bring attention to the Red Card To End Child Labor campaign. The song features Pharrell, Travis Barker, composers Hans Zimmer and Dom Lewis, pop singer LIZ and Minh Dang, who is a former child sex slave.
Last night on MTV, Sheeran showed he wasn’t afraid to try his hand at some of the more well known hip-hop tracks from DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and Jay Z.
Some fans are not too happy with Pharrell over his recent choice of headwear.
Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger has written a new song, titled “Til Everyone Can See”, in support of the World Day Against Child Labour. The soon-to-be-released track counts Pharrell Williams, Travis Barker and Hans Zimmer among its contributors.