After some very likable and talented singers were eliminated from the competition last season on ‘The Voice,’ I pretty much gave up on it. The new trailer for the upcoming seventh season gives up a sneak peek of what looks to be a rejuvenated series. Returning coaches Blake Shelton and the now bleach-blonde Adam Levine are joined by hat loving multi-selling winner of everything, Pharrell Williams and the Hollaback Girl herself, Gwen Stefani. Here’s the trailer! Continue Reading
I suffered through the entire two hours of commercials the iHeartRadioAwards last night mainly for Pharrell. I ain’t gonna lie. I love Pharrell with all my heart and soul. In fact, I just sat down (I’m outta breath, y’all) because I was dancing alone in my living room watching last night’s performance all over again.
Take a look, listen and we can talk about some other stuff…
Okay, a couple of things more about Pharrell. Where was Timberlake? At least via video? He can’t be bothered to at least thank a dude? I might be just assuming shit, but I think there’s some bitchy-girl slap-fighting going on between those two (especially JT). I have NO BASIS for that last statement. None. I’m just sayin’, though. Also? I do think Pharrell could’ve mentioned Chad Hugo from his N.E.R.D.and Neptunes days, but that’s just me.
Those things aside? Imma have to go blast “Come Get It Bae” (inStefon’s voice) in the newest club in town: Mama J’s Living Room.
Did y’all watch? Oh, and what about 30 Seconds to Mars sounding exactly like U2with their ‘City of Angels‘ theatrics? Discus with us!!
Our multi-talented boo Pharrell Williams was behind two of the biggest songs of 2013, Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines,” which also included T.I. and Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky.” Those two hits were included in Williams’ career-spanning medley at the NBA All-Star game on Sunday night. He also brought out one of those awesome Vivienne Westwood hats.
Diddy and Busta Rhymes were on hand for “Pass The Courvoisier Part II” and Nelly performed a bit of his 2002 smash “Hot In Herre.” He also threw in some old school N.E.R.D. with his Neptunes partner Chad Hugo. Some other highlights included his Oscar nominated “Happy” and what is probably one of his best guest appearances, and best beats, “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Of course Snoop Dogg, or whatever name he’s going by at the moment, bopped out on stage.
Pharrell thanked his friends for performing with him on Twitter, and I think we should all be thanking Pharrell for all the hits he’s given us over the years.