Pharrell Williams (& Hat) Cover Billboard Magazine

Published: Friday 21st Feb 2014 by Sam

Cop a gander of Pharrell Williams!

The ‘Happy’ hitmaker and music’s undeniable man of the moment styles and profiles a-front of the latest issue of Billboard Magazine.

Right on time, the cover is quite the coup for the star – who this week confirmed the title and release date of his second solo album ‘G I R L’.

Due March 3rd, the hotly anticipated set follows 2006’s ‘In My Mind’ and serves as the first release from the Neptunes frontman’s new label deal with Sony’s Columbia Records.

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  1. 2 girl 1 cups February 21, 2014

    Lol…I like the song happy tho pharrell never ages

  2. NT February 21, 2014

    Oh Pharrell and this never aging, but i really enjoy happy and his production work as of late ( the Gp has enjoyed it to) so i’m interested to see how his sales will fair.

  3. Touché February 21, 2014

    @NT, Exactly. He definitely ages well because he literally looks the same like how he looked years ago.

  4. Belladonna February 22, 2014

    His new album is going to be so big! I don’t really buy albums for R&B singers but I’m buying his & I think most people feel the same. And he is beautiful!

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