Our weekly "Charts Don't Lie" feature follows the rise and fall of various hip-hop and R&B albums' sales, and one of the recent mainstays on there has been Pharrell's hugely successful sophomore album, G I R L.
With the opening words "Beauty has no expiration date," Pharrell kicks off the upbeat (and almost country-sounding) "Come Get It Bae" visuals.
Pharrell's G I R L album is a success across the world, with the single "Happy" being pretty much a universal hit (and he recently dropped the album in Japan along with a Japanese version of the music video).
Pharrell was not only the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel last night, but he was also interviewed by Kimmel. For his musical performance, the singer performed a track off his chart-topping LP G I R L, "Come Get It Bae."
Both Rick Ross' and Pharrell's new albums have been on the shelves for a week now, and so today we've received the first week sales for either LP.
It’s official: Pharrell Williams is back. With the recent success of songs like “Get Lucky”, “Blurred Lines” and his newest Oscar-nominated single “Happy”, Pharrell has reclaimed his spot in the R&B royal family and is killing it.
You can already stream Pharrell's G I R L album in entirety and the record itself is getting an enthusiastic response. While the cover artwork was criticized, Pharrell made an effort to downplay the controversy saying critics misses his point entirely.
Just a week before Pharrell releases his highly anticipated G I R L album on March 3rd, he teams up with iTunes Radio to allow fans to stream the entire album for free.
Pharrell was unstoppable in 2013, but it may have all just been a warm up, as the superproducer is getting ready to drop his first solo album since 2006, the curiously titled G I R L.
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