Pharrell Williams’ stellar contributions to Pop music seem to be unappreciated by fans of the Pop superstar Ariana Grande who are now begging her to cut creative ties with him.
Find out why below…
ariana when pharrell produced her album pic.twitter.com/7WdKTE0tAk
— drew ? (@theageofandy) December 26, 2018
Williams worked closely with Grande to shape the sound she delivered on her last album ‘Sweetener’ but faced criticism from fans who say said sound wasn’t strong enough to pull in mammoth sales figures.
Today, after learning he is to work on its follow-up, they have taken to Twitter to revolt.
If pharrell is making songs for ariana again pic.twitter.com/7A9xKt70LP
— ? (@NinaMyQueen_x) December 30, 2018
i hope pharrell wont get involved on producing ariana’s new music ?
— ????? (@ghostinangel) December 30, 2018
if pharrell’s working with ariana…. welp good luck charlie pic.twitter.com/b6cpq2Cqah
— ?????? | 173 ♡ (@arianaxpure) December 30, 2018
Oh god Ariana is back in the studio with Pharrell pic.twitter.com/C3zrTHR0pj
— jake (@jacobisok) December 29, 2018
Their feeling is that Pharrell (the brain behind hits launched by Britney Spears, SWV, Azealia Banks, BLACKStreet, Gwen Stefani & Kelis) struggles to churn out bangers for Grande.
Pharrell makes good music with everyone except ariana….. pic.twitter.com/5vlGvqZXKM
— ?’??? ??? (@lovegodherseIf) December 29, 2018
Fortunately, these remarks were matched by….
Very, very late to the party, but some of this music on Ariana Grande – Sweetner is properly dope. Pharrell doing mischievous things to those boards in a way that most cannot.
— Dom HT (@DomHThompson) December 22, 2018
blow? kitty kat? milkshake? im a slave 4 u? are we really gonna sit here and act like pharrell hasn’t made some of the great songs of all time over some ariana grande tracks? pic.twitter.com/A2FwcZE0VJ
— evan 🙂 (@beyonseh) December 30, 2018
ariana grande stans are actually dumb.
they literally think “thank u, next” was a better song than “get well soon” or any other song pharrell produced on sweetener.
they have no taste what so ever it’s literally astonishing.
— jolly ari (@hiarijuana) December 30, 2018
‘Sweetener’ opened with 231,000 album-equivalent units in the United States and has sold over 100,000 units in the United Kingdom to date.
unpopular opinion but y’all just hate pharrell producing the songs, because what he comes up with doesn’t sound like generic pop/ariana’s usual sound. what he creates is very dreamy & ariana’s aesthetic to a t. perfect fit for the album, really.
— kira ❄️? (@Kira_Meehan) December 30, 2018