Missy Elliott is delivering on her promise to give fans new music. In March, she hinted that there was a collabo between herself and Pharrell when she posed for an Instagram photo in the studio with the caption "get ready." Now the culmination of their work arrives in a snippet.
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke aren't looking too "happy" in deposition videos released following the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit. Fans get to see how each of the artist's answers played a part in the jury's final decision in the case.
We've taken it upon ourselves to share a few of wild thoughts that we're sure every hip-hop and R&B fan has had during 2015 but never said. Feel free to send your hate mail, but as they say, honesty is the best policy.
As election season continues to gain momentum, artists like Pharrell are voicing their opinions on who should be president. For the N.E.R.D. leader, there's one woman he's got in mind for the job in 2016.
John Legend, who won a Grammy award for the empowering song "Glory" along with Common, knows a lot about songs that inspire, which makes him the perfect person to introduce Pharrell to perform a protest song like "Freedom" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night (Aug. 30)…
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards is being presented live from Los Angeles at the Microsoft Theater. But before the show gets underway, the hottest superstars in hip-hop and R&B hit the red carpet to show off their best ensembles.
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards lineup proves to be a star-studded affair as Pharrell Williams, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Tori Kelly and A$AP Rocky will take the stage this year. The Weeknd is also slated to perform his new hit, "Can't Feel My Face," for the first time live.