After all the Smokey the Bear hat references made regarding the accessory he wore during the Grammys this year, it looks like Pharrell has taken note and heads to the woods for the visual to 'Gust of Wind.'

Directed by British filmmaker Edgar Wright (known for the 2007 film 'Hot Fuzz' and 2010's 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World'), the 'Happy' artist walks through nature and sings about how a special lady made a good impression on him. Pharrell continues to show his appreciation for women (sticking with the theme of his album, 'G I R L') by showcasing their moves throughout the video.

'Gust of Wind' features Daft Punk, who appear in the clip as large stone idols that fly and light up whenever it's time for their verse.

While we don't get to see his mountie hat in this one, it's another dazzling effort by Mr. Williams. 'Gust of Wind' follows 'Come Get It Bae,' 'Happy,' 'Marilyn Monroe' and 'It Girl.'

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