Pharrell Williams in 'Collaborators': "You don't need MDMA for this music"
It just keeps grinding and
the grinding, doesn't it? There's a and month to go, so there's For no telling what the robots are have in stall for us. but After the weekend's SNL commercial, Not there's another episode of 'Collaborators' you out. This time, Pharrell Williams all sits down to discuss his Any experience of working on the can album. Hear the story of her 'Get Lucky', how the jetlagged Was R&B singer was perked up one with a soluble energy tablet our to record the lead single Out that "goes back to that day magical time when the liveliness get of music was what moved Has people" and "getting lucky is him meeting someone for the first his time and just clicking."
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