The paragon of parody returns with his 14th studio album.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The “Weird” stands up for grammar in his latest spoofing, “Word Crimes”.
Amateur parody acts, take note.
No indie releases and two albums from 2012 found in the top 20.
Pharrell and Missy Elliott, Usher, and Lil Wayne also hit the stage.
The hat-wearing pop star teams up with an R&B legend.
Disclosure tackle Pharrell’s debut solo single.
Super producer switches up headgear, then apologizes.
Super producer performs like from NYC’s Apollo Theater.
A plucky young reporter puts together the best bill for the money.
All his big hits have one thing in common.
Another wacky new set of visuals in support of The Wack Album.
Skateboard P also performs “Marilyn Monroe” and “Hunter”.
Plus, Pharrell performs a song and chats about Michael Jackson.
Longtime collaborators hit the stage together ahead of their new gig as coaches.
A medley of his biggest hits, including “Happy”, “Get Lucky”, and “Blurred Line”.
If you miss Britney Spears circa 1999, this might be your jam.
A Japanese bonus track from his solo album G I R L.
Turns out Will Ferrell has another musical doppelgänger.
Meanwhile, Kanye West was snubbed.
A clip full of pretty gals, pretty dance moves, and pretty Arby’s hats.
Inaugural awards show to take place in Los Angeles next month.
See the 20-song setlist + watch video clips.
The concept behind the two bear striking similarities.
The prophets of Festival Outlook have spoken.
The perfect song to soundtrack Peter Parker as he stands atop a skyscraper, deeply contemplating some ginormous supervillain battle to come.
Featuring appearances from Tyler the Creator, Gwen Stefani, Snoop Dogg, Diplo, and more.
In continued support of his new album, G I R L.
Watch performances by Arcade Fire, Beck, Muse, Queens of the Stone Age, Nas, Pharrell, Lorde, Disclosure, and more.
Plus, Julian Casablancas and Pixies have been added to the lineup.
Pharrell’s first appearance in eight years featured performances of “Happy” and “Marilyn Monroe”.
Sam Smith’s rapid ascent continues.
Less crowd shots, better audio — better everything.
Tyler the Creator and ScHoolboy Q also make cameos.
Chain restaurant paid $44,100 to “get our hat back.”
The mega-hit was nominated for Best Original Song.