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No matter how busy Pharrell Willliams is, he is still finds time to cook up new music with both veteran and new jack artists.

One of the the latest musical ventures from the man Curren$y Spitta feels “best represents” Black music is an upcoming EP with Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller called Pink Slime. The rapper/producer/designer tells that the project is very much in full motion and that along with “Onaroll” he and Mac have recorded about 10 songs together. Meanwhile, a highly acclaimed new crooner has also been blessed with some of Skateboard P’s work.

Can you fill us in on any other big record that you’ve produced recently?

New Frank Ocean, a bunch of Shyte. New Usher. “Twisted” is a beast. I did some for A$AP, too. But I did a bunch of Isht, Adam lambert, Jason Derulo.

Check out the rest of the short but informative interview Pharrell right here.


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