Pharrell Calls Grads 'History-Makers' in Commencement SpeechHe asked students, "What will they honor you guys for some day?"
Pharrell Williams is First Male Chanel Purse ModelHe turns his natural habitat into a playground, jumping from backstage instrument case to lighting scaffolding column while carrying the Chanel man purse across his shoulder.
Loren's LoDown 3/29/17: John Legend Gives Surprise PerformanceJohn Legend does a surprise performance at a train station, Nicki Minaj is now a model & Calvin Harris is releasing a song with Pharrell, Ariana Grande & Young Thug.
Loren's LoDown 3/28/17: Drake Cancels Twice-Postponed ShowDrake cancels twice-postponed show, Pharrell's life is getting turned into a movie & Demi Lovato does "Ew" on Fallon.
Pharrell's Life Story is Getting the Musical TreatmentAtlantis will tell a Romeo-and-Juliet-style story set in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where Pharrell grew up.
Pharrell Teams with Mike WiLL Made-It on Futuristic 'Aries (YuGo)'The track is the latest from Mike's forthcoming album 'Ransom 2.'
5 Costly Songwriting Similarities5 times songwriters admitted that their songs were a bit too similar to older songs, so they split the songwriting credit and the money.
Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Rae Sremmurd Appear on Mike WiLL Made-It's 'Ransom 2'The star-studded album drops March 24th.
The Roots Picnic to Feature Pharrell, Lil Wayne, Solange, More"It's amazing that it has grown into such a valued piece of the cultural landscape of our hometown of Philadelphia," Roots manager Shawn McGee says.
Loren's LoDown 2/1/17: Grammys Performers AddedThe Weeknd is added to the Grammys performances lineup, Johnny Depp spends $30k a month on wine and Gaga is starring in Tiffany & Co's first-ever Super Bowl ad.
Chance the Rapper, Alicia Keys, Diddy, More Recreate 'I Have a Dream'Chance The Rapper, Alicia Keys, Common, Diddy, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga and Pharrell joined Oprah, Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington, among others.
Pharrell, Ellen DeGeneres Weigh in on Kim Burrell's Anti-Gay Comments"There's no space, there's no room for any kind of prejudice in 2017 and moving on," Pharrell said.