On Wednesday, Pharrell Williams gave a speech for NYU’s class of 2017 during their Commencement ceremony at Yankee stadium. As usual, he is encouraging everyone to elevate their consciousness.
As part of an appeal for the never-ending “Blurred Lines” lawsuit, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’s lawyers are arguing that a “groove” or “feeling” of a song is free from copyright.
The variously talented Pharrell Williams—singer, songwriter, producer—has become a creative muse in his own right. Fox Studios is at work on Atlantis, a “Romeo and Juliet style” musical based on Williams’ childhood in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Since the harrowing events of October 3, 2016, when Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris apartment and left bound and gagged in her bathroom, police have been meticulously reviewing video footage and other evidence from that night. And now, after having made 17 arrests, investigators suspect that the…
Earlier this week, Ellen Degeneres confirmed rumors via Twitter that she booted gospel singer Kim Burrell from Thursday’s episode of her show (alongside Pharrell Williams) due to a series of homophobic remarks she had made during a church sermon.
After a video of her calling homosexuals “perverted” during a church sermon emerged late last week, gospel singer Kim Burrell’s scheduled appearance on Thursday’s episode of Ellen has officially been canceled.
In March 2015, a court ruled that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams had to cough up $7.4 million due to similarities between their mega-hit “Blurred Lines” and Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up.” Well, more than a year later, they’re still appealing.
In March, Pharrell hosted a masterclass for students at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He was there to offer constructive criticism to budding recording artists, but for one student, named Maggie Rogers, he had nothing but praise. And, OK, a reservoir of tears. You can skip to the clip around the 18:23 mark.
A Parisian clothing brand that allegedly sold merchandise bearing the images and names of Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West, Rihanna and Pharrell Williams is now being sued by the artists. ElevenParis, which launched in 2003, has been accused of selling clothing featuring phrases such as “Kanye is my Homie” and “Pharrell is…
Rihanna is heading to The Voice as an advisor for season nine, which is cool but does this mean we’re any closer to her album release? Asking for a friend.
If you’re a celebrity who hopes for many more magazine covers in her future, there’s one person you probably shouldn’t fuck with, and that’s Anna Wintour.
On Thursday, Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke ended their legal battle against Marvin Gaye's estate over claims that "Blurred Lines" ripped off the soul singer's 1977 cut "Got to Give It Up." It wasn't the verdict they hoped for—and it's costing them $7.4 million.
On Sunday's 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Pharrell Williams won a number of honors, made an awkward speech, and performed "Happy" as we've never seen it: with every performance concept known to man. But all was forgiven when he included a "Black Lives Matter" nod.
Once again, Chanel's annual Métiers d'Art show—in Salzburg, Austria this year—has been kicked off with a short film directed by Karl Lagerfeld. This time, it's a dreamy Habsburg fantasy starring Pharrell Williams and Cara Delevingne, who sing a strange and frankly terrible original song titled "CC the World." Good…
Pharrell Williams is on the cover of the November issue of Ebony Magazine and from an early look, it seems like he has taken a dive into the pool of delusion that Kanye West has happily been swimming in for the past couple of years.
Seven Pharrell Williams fans are going to jail and receiving lashes for singing “Happy” in a viral video — this is not a joke. Three unveiled girls sang and danced with three boys — and one guy filmed it — and this is what it got them.
Do you have a big booty? If so, you should put it in a small swimsuit, then drench it in water and possibly oil while you shake it around and take much pride in what God (or other avenues) gave you. At least, that's what I've learned from Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's new video for "Booty" their much-publicized…
Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” might be sending mixed messages about body image but the song’s reached number one on Billboard’s Digital Songs chart, which means Meghan is everywhere. But should her lyrics be?
Last summer, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences — AMPAA, aka the folks who hand out Oscars — elected a new president: Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the Academy's first African-American president, and the third woman to hold the position. And now we can see that Isaacs is making some changes.