Pharrell Songs

  • Last Kiss
    Last Kiss
    At the beginning of the year we spoke to Overdoz about their upcoming album 2008-- while they've been slow at rolling it out, they did reveal at the time that they had production from Pharrell. A few months later we finally get to hear it, and it's just as funky as everything you heard on Snoop Dogg's BUSH. Seems like Pharrell has been in a groovy mode lately.
  • California Roll
    California Roll
    On May 12th, Snoop Dogg will release his thirteenth studio album BUSH, which is being entirely produced by Pharrell. Led by the single “Peaches N Cream”, BUSH will feature guest appearances from Gwen Stefani, T.I., Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Charlie Wilson, and Stevie Wonder, who appears on the project’s intro track “California Roll.”
  • So Many Pros
    So Many Pros
    With his upcoming Bush album set to arrive next month, Snoop Dogg decides to get back to the promotion and release his second single tonight titled “So Many Pros”.
  • Peaches N Cream
    Peaches N Cream
    Snoop Dogg and Pharrell have been teasing this single for a minute, and after debuting it live we've finally received the CDQ of the audio. It's extra groovy, with smooth production that's very Skateboard P, and vocals from Charlie Wilson. As Snoop previously stated about the album as a whole, "It feels good." That's definitely accurate. Feel-good vibes all around.
  • Patrick Star
    Patrick Star
    The only place to hear new N*E*R*D music these days is checking out the Spongebob Squarepants soundtrack. "Patrick Star", the trio's third release from the record, is a required listen for the Pharrell stan, but may lose anyone else's interest if you're over the age of ten.
  • Sandy Squirrel
    Sandy Squirrel
    N.E.R.D., the group made up of The Neptunes' Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, and their childhood friend and vocalist Shay reunited for a strange cause a couple months back, supplying some songs for the soundtrack to the new Spongebob Squarepants movie. While the first song we heard fell squarely in the kid-friendly category, it also featured the focused instrumentation we've come to expect from Pharrell and his cohorts.
  • Squeeze Me
    Squeeze Me
    N.E.R.D. were never quite an A-level act, but there's been plenty of revisionism following the success of Pharrell as a solo artist, and musicians like Tyler, The Creator who have cited the group as a direct influence. Now it seems that there's enough nostalgia for the group, that a reunion is quite an exciting prospect, and today we're given just that... sort of.
  • Spark The Fire
    Spark The Fire
    Onetime No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani hasn't released a proper solo album since 2006's Sweet Escape (which had Akon guesting on its title track), but that should change next year. Apparently, Stefani's currently working on a third solo album, and after it was debuted by Pharrell a few weeks ago at Odd Future's Camp Flog Gnaw, the first single has been released.
  • Paperwork
    Paperwork
    When fans pre-order the deluxe edition of T.I.’s long awaited album, Paperwork, on iTunes today they’ll be blessed with a free download of the project’s title track which you can now stream for free below.
  • He Ain't Goin' Nowhere
    He Ain't Goin' Nowhere
    On September 23rd, Jennifer Hudson will release her new album JHUD, and by the sound of all the singles released to date, it's about to be a very retro project. The R. Kelly-assisted "It's Your World" sounded almost disco-y, and now the new track "He Ain't Goin' Nowhere," produced by Pharrell in the height of his post-"Get Lucky" disco phase, is even more retro.
  • The Beat Is So Crazy
    The Beat Is So Crazy
    Madonna's Hard Candy pulling a Justin Timberlake circa Justified, working with The Neptunes and Timbaland for nearly the entire project. On Pharrell-helmed joint slipped through the cracks, and ended up getting handed to Eve, meant for her proposed 2007 album Here I Am.
  • Play Your Part
    Play Your Part
    Before Pusha T revamped his career as a GOOD Music artist under Kanye's wing, before Malice found God and added a "No" in front of his name, before Pharrell got lucky, happy, and blurred some lines, there was Clipse. In the early to mid 2000s, the Virginia Beach duo made some of the hardest material their state had ever seen, and today we're throwing it back to one of their finest: We Got It 4 Cheap Vol. 2's "Play Your Part."
  • She Came To Give It To You  (CDQ)
    She Came To Give It To You (CDQ)
    As Ursher's "Good Kisser" continues to take over the airwaves, the singer dropped off another new single featuring Juicy J the other week, "I Don't Mind." He's back at it again this week, calling on Nicki Minaj for the funky and feel good record  "She Came To Give It To You." Pharrell is behind the boards for his dance-worthy cut off Usher's upcoming eighth studio album, due out in September.
  • See That Boy Again
    See That Boy Again
    Mary J. Blige is heavily involved in the music for the upcoming sequel "Think Like A Man Too," starring Kevin Hart, Gabrielle Union and more. After hearing her record "A Night To Remember" off the soundtrack, she returns today with another soundtrack cut, this time enlisting Pharrell for a feature on the jazzy number "See That Boy Again."
  • Frontin' (Remix)
    Frontin' (Remix)
    UK electronic duo Disclosure has been inching closer to the world of hip hop over the last little while. The group toured with Chicago rapper and recent XXL Freshmen, Vic Mensa, who subsequently hopped on the remix of their single, "When A Fire Starts To Burn". He's also carried on the electronic influence on his latest cut, "Down On My Luck".
  • Happy  (Kaytranada Edition)
    Happy (Kaytranada Edition)
    Montreal native Kaytranada decided to offer up a fresh mix of Pharrell's infectious single "Happy." The producer gives the single new life by making it percussion heavy and adding many more layers to the instrumentation, while all the while keeping it upbeat so you still get that "Happy" feeling.
  • Smile
    Smile
    Pharrell's definitely in a good mood these days. How could he not be, having produced for a number of hit singles this year, including his own "Happy." Now that his second studio album, G I R L, has hit stores in Japan, a previously unheard bonus track has been released, and going along with the whole "Happy" theme, the track is called "Smile", and it's equally uplifting and positive.
  • Here
    Here
    Pharrell has been expanding his musical horizons over the last year, releasing his solo album, G I R L, an entirely sung, pop/soul endeavor.  He's also helping to craft the score of the new film, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, alongside acclaimed composer Hans Zimmer. On top of all that, he's also contributed a song to the movie's soundtrack, which takes him even further out of his comfort zone. "Here" finds Pharrell in full power ballad territory. The soaring song also finds him working his vocal range a little more than usual.
  • Sing
    Sing
    Hailing from the UK, Ed Sheeran is veering his way stateside with a new song called "Sing," featuring production from Pharrell. It's a wise move, because as we already know, if you want love on some major US airwaves, it's good to have Pharrell on your side. The song will appear on his record X following his multi-platinum success, +. The highly anticipated record is expected to drop this June and will serve as the British singer/songwriter's sophomore effort. 
  • It's On Again
    It's On Again
    Kendrick Lamar has been putting in work on soundtracks lately. The Compton rapper recently showed up on the "Divergent" soundtrack, teaming up with Tame Impala for "Backwards". He's now hopped on a Pharrell-produced track, helmed by Alicia Keys, which will appear on "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" OST. The song begins with some crashing guitars as K. Dot brings out his premium rasp. Things are then brought down to a key-led stomp when Alicia shows up.
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