Pharrell Williams Chats about reinventing pop music and helps Minions to dance

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LOS ANGELES, CA -- Pharrell Williams has long been one of pop music's most prolific producers. Crafting hits for more than decade for artists like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Usher and Justin Timberlake. This summer he is the man behind the super hits by Daft Punk ("Get Lucky"), Robin Thicke ("Blurred Lines") and Jay-Z ("Oceans"). He's also had success as a singer belting out hits as a solo artist and as front-man for N.E.R.D. Now he finds inspiration creating music for movies joining a prestigious list of pop stars who have scored films which includes Danny Elfman, Trent Reznor, RZA and Daft Punk.


Favorite N.E.R.D. Songs

Shawn Edwards
Fox 4 News Film Critic
1. Truth or Dare
2. You Know What
3. Sooner or Later
4. Rock Star
5. Breakout

Jenee Osterheldt
The Kansas City Star Lifestyle Columnist
1. She Wants to Move
2. Everyone Nose
3. Hot-N-Fun
4. Run to the Sun
5. Provider

Madison Rommel
1. Everyone Nose
2. She Wants to Move
3. Run to the Sun
4. Hot-N-Fun
5. Spaz

Favorite Pharrell Williams Produced Tracks

Shawn Edwards
Fox 4 News Film Critic
1. Grindin' (The Clipse)
2. Allure (Jay-Z)
3. Nuclear (Destiny's Child)
4. Got Your Money (ODB)
5. One (Swedish House Mafia)

Chase McAnulty
Charlie Hustle Company Founder/CEO
1. Loose Yourself to Dance (Daft Punk)
2. Pass the Courvosier (Busta Rhymes)
3. Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke)
4. Show You How to Hustle (Pharrell)
5. Lapdance (N.E.R.D.)

Erinn Stacie
1. Beautiful (Snoop Dogg)
2. Shake It Fast (Mystical)
3. Frontin' (Pharrell)
4. Blurred Lines (Robin Thicke)
5. Get Lucky (Draft Punk)

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