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Pharrell Williams took the stage at House of Vans in Brooklyn last night as part of HTC’s One launch party. The legendary producer’s set had a few surprises for attendees, including a new reggae-inspired club record that he produced for Busta Rhymes titled “Twerk It,” but it was the first live rendition of his Daft Punk collab “Get Lucky” that excited fans most.

Luckily, Mikey Fresh was there to capture footage of Skateboard P‘s performance of the smooth jam, which could quite honestly usher us into the summer. Credit that to the record’s sonically charming soundscape that have drawn comparisons to ’70s/’80s Hall & Oates and the Bee Gees. The Neptune was so confident in the track that he reportedly brought it back three consecutive times.

“Get Lucky” is the first single from Daft Punk’s upcoming album Random Access Memories, set to arrive May 21. See Pharrell perform the groove live in the footage below.

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