No, you weren’t the only one on your hall with a room plastered in Seinfeld artwork.
Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, and Universal Music Group filed the federal lawsuit against Marvin Gaye’s descendants after the family raised concerns about similarities to the 1977 hit song “Got to Give It Up.” UPDATE: The Gaye family will file an injunction asking the court to stop sales of “Blurred Lines.”
Hit maker Pharrell Williams and collaborator Robin Thicke are suing the family of Marvin Gaye in response to claims that “Blurred Lines” took parts of 1977’s “Got To Give It Up.”
Winter is for sure not coming.
Let us be your DJ tonight.
Find out who smells like wood chips and more in this edition of BuzzFeed Brews!
She dropped a cute clue on Twitter.
Pharrell must be very, very proud.
A Cyrus family photo kicks off #ThrowbackThursday.
The stars of Cruel Intentions kick off #ThrowbackThursday.
Miley shows-off her new dance moves in Pharrell’s music video.
A slightly quieter happiness.
The forever young 41-year-old clearly knows how to throw a party.
“Why am I crying on Oprah?!”
Warning: There are a lot of boot cut jeans ahead.
Who knew Stormtroopers could dance?
On his sophomore solo LP G I R L, the star producer is more than just “Happy.” Here’s why.
Giant Pharrell Williams hat alert!
You’d be surprised by how much stuff can fit under that thing.
The producer/singer and some friends remind you that there is a lot to be happy for. Let the toe tappin’ begin!
Pharrell Williams just issued a full day’s worth of footage of him and crowds of people singing his single “Happy.” The interactive film was conceived and directed by We Are From L.A.
Even if you don’t have 24 hours to spare, it is truly worth checking out.
He looked great, as did his (also tartan-clad) bride Helen Lasichanh. Also, hipster wedding guests!
Their new video for “Lose Yourself to Dance” is basically their vision of an ideal performance inside a space pod discotheque. Because of course it is.
All you have to do is pitch it up a bit and add a few “whoos!” and “hee-hees!”
New video by N*E*R*D features young girls doing lots of things that wouldn’t make their parents proud. It’s basically a Cobrasnake slideshow, and Lindsay Lohan appears in it briefly.
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A fiery little thing, the self-proclaimed “princess of Harlem” - whose album is slated to drop later this year - is the irresistibly cute and colorful protege of hip hop phenom Pharrell Williams.
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