If all goes well this upcoming March, Pharrell Williams and Three 6 Mafia will have a lot more in common. No, that’s not a hint that the ubiquitous Neptune is dipping his dientes in platinum anytime soon. He’s been nominated for a 2014 Academy Award for Best Original Song with “Happy.”
Leave it up to Pharrell to push the concept of what we know a music video to be. Today, the renowned producer delivers the first ever 24 hour visual for his Despicable Me 2 track “Happy.”
Pharrell Williams returns to the Internets bearing feel good music, and that’s alway appreciated. Before you get too excited, this isn’t any indication of a forthcoming solo album. Instead, Skateboard P reconnects with composer Heitor Pereira to create “Happy” – the first offering from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack.