Sk8board P sat with The Birdman for the fourth episode of
Powerhouse 106 hosted their V-Day special at L.A.’s Nokia Theatre with performers T.I., Ne-Yo and special guest LL. Above, Nelly joins the Kang on stage for “Ball”. Meanwhile, Pharrell provides the hook on “Freak Though” and Stacy Barthe assists him on “Sorry” below. HHH luckily provided all the action.
Produced and co-written by Pharrell, Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle reunite after 8 years on their first recording. The track will be on their upcoming compilation album, Love Songs on January 29. The trio will also perform the track live at Super Bowl XLVII. Peep the trailer for Bey’s HBO documentary after the jump.
A$AP recently previewed the revamped audio on Ustream, but this evening, the compact disc quality arrives. Get’cha muthafuckin’ hands up and support
Looks like Art Basel is full of surprises. During Pharrell’s Q&A on his Places & Spaces I’ve Been memoir at Design Miami, Mr. West gets the final question in asking P how he developed his taste of art and his influence on others.
Pharrell continued his promo run for his Places & Spaces I’ve Been overseas. Above is his most recent stop at the Colette boutique in Paris and US Rap News has the highlights. Cop the book here.
Sk8board P continued his TV promo run yesterday on Bravo. In the clip above, he praises Frank Ocean. After the jump, he reveals his most conceited collaborator while pleading the fifth. rap-up
Skateboard P cruised over to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday to promote his book, Places and Spaces I’ve Been. He discussed the hardcover and breaking into the music business.
The times they are a-changin’. With Kendrick Lamar’s album dropping on Monday, Pharrell turned to his Twitter account and compared Kendrick’s music to Mr. Tambourine
We can’t either. Frank Ocean’s facial expression says it all folks. On another note, Beat Billionaire just submitted beats to Jay. New album coming soon, Hov?