Pharrell must be very, very proud.
Ain’t nobody fresher than my clique.
“We respect the dignity of aboriginal people.”
Watch Aisha Tyler, Jack Black, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, and Kristen Schaal get “Tacky.”
It’s the only logical explanation.
The artist and producer apologized for wearing a Native American headdress on the cover of the fashion mag’s UK edition.
There are over 200,000 Syrian refugees in Iraq — and the numbers are rising each day.
The video was released by a group calling itself “The Happy Egyptian campaign” and everyone in it loves Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
“Happy” is this year’s Song of The Summer even though it was released a year ago. And now Pharrell’s got another one, “That’s My Man” with LIZ.
Lorde is, evidently, so last year.
Sydney-based fashion illustrator Aaron Favaloro is taking on the A-listers, one fun drawing at a time.
Hopefully this is just the beginning of people using Vine as a loop station.
Because I’m happy, coming to you from…
The video has caused some controversy but mostly, it’s just got people sharing.
No one does their homework like this Canadian DJ, who’s been surprising your favorite musicians since the ’80s.
Pharrell Williams might be better known for upbeat tunes such as “Happy” but his latest song, “Here”, released on Sunday, showcases a more reflective mood.
Awwww. We’re crying, too.
If you’re going to buy gin and juice from anyone, let it be Snoop.
Please, just make it stop…
Warning: There are a lot of boot cut jeans ahead.
Lovable pop, rap, rock, reggae, electronic, and country for April, in no particular order.
Because the green slime is always the best part.
Because of course they did.
The Vine celeb added his own charmingly goofy touch to your standard Oscar red carpet banter.
We’re calling it the “Shux.”
On his sophomore solo LP G I R L, the star producer is more than just “Happy.” Here’s why.
Plus 10 musicians who never seem to age, 8 signs you’re an awful roommate, and advice that Jack Donaghy would give Alec Baldwin right now.
Inspired by Pharrell and We Are L.A., Geoffrey Stevens is filming New Yorkers being happy at various locations and posting the videos to his Tumblr.