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Published April 23, 2014 by sheezacoldpiece


Pharrell is repping for all skin tones since his “GIRL” album cover received all sorts of backlash for not featuring a ethnically diverse cast of women.


Well he loves the ladies of all hues and took heed of the complaints and featured one of his beautiful brown skin dancers Khadijah Shari on the cover for the single. I’m loving this photo and the love the darker skinned women are receiving these days. Trust me when I say it took a looooooong time for the love to come, so thanks to Pharrell and the others who do not discriminate or partake in self hate. Peep the new video below…


Published April 5, 2014 by sheezacoldpiece


Yeah so grown ass “HAPPY” Pharrell had his Sponge Bob theme BDay party last night given by Nickolodeon, and some celebs came out to have fun at the Happy event with him….





Hmmmm…and as you can see married couple Swizz Beats and Alicia keys were there along with Swizz’s Ex-Wife Mashonda, partying together again like it’s nobody’s business.  I’m really gonna need Mashonda to show up somewhere with a companion at some of these events, because it seems a bit weird her hanging out with them while they’re coupled up and she’s solo. Like really Mashonda?!? WTF! Getcho life or a man or woman boo. Damn!  I’m just playing lol, but I’m so serious, like, stop it.  Anyway, Happy 41st Birthday to Pharrell!


Published March 31, 2014 by sheezacoldpiece


Music super producer Pharrell Williams, is headed to the hit show “The Voice” next season #7 as a coach to guide the talent on the road to discovering the next big “Voice”. I think he’s perfect for this role, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what he’ll bring to the show. Season 6 of “The Voice” will air tonight at 8pm on NBC.


Published March 25, 2014 by sheezacoldpiece



For GQ’s April cover, Pharrell sits down with writer Zach Baron about politics (he’s says Hillary will take it all!), the Tea Party, twerking, race, that much-discussed hat-collection, and losing the Best Song Oscar.

Here are the highlights from the interview:

On the Oscar snub:

“Well, trust me: when they read the results, my face was…frozen. But then I thought about it, and I just decided just to…let it go.”

On the criticism his album cover for G I R L received :

“It’s insecurity. You can be anything that you want to be, and what I chose to do is put my friends on the cover. The girl that was closest next to me is black, but they didn’t know that, so they jumped the gun. And it’s like: ‘Yo, you don’t need nobody to represent you. You represent you. You represent the best version of who you could be. You go out there and change the world.’ Because I’m black, and I wouldn’t trade my skin color for nothing. But I don’t need to keep wearing a badge that tells you that I’m black every time I do something! I’m black! My mother’s black, who’s a big part of my business; a black woman runs my business; and I’m married to a black woman. What more do you want?”

“It doesn’t make sense to me. That kind of divisiveness is not necessary at a time when we’re supposed to be unifying. That’s what happiness is all about, and if you look at my ‘Happy’ video, I had everybody in there: fat, skinny, gay, straight, purple, polka-dot, plaid, gingham print, houndstooth, alien. I fuckin’ had dogs in there! I had children in there! I had kids in there! I’m the most indiscriminate person that there is! I believe in equality.”

“Black ain’t a color: black is a spirit, and it is ubiquitous. In fact, there’s more black out in space than there is stars. We have nothing to be insecure about.”

On Hilary Clinton being the next president:

“Let me tell you why Hillary’s going to win. Everywhere you go in this country, you have red and blue. You got the Democrats; you got the Republicans. You got the Bloods; you got the Crips. You know what else is red and blue? Blood. Blood is blue in your body until air hits it, and then it turns red. That means there’s unity. There’s gonna be unity. So when you think about a night where there’s late-night talk-show hosts and it’s mostly women, that’s a different world. Right? A world where 75 percent of the prime ministers and the presidents were women: that’s a different world. That’s gonna happen, and it’s gonna happen when Hillary wins. Because you know what? No matter how staunch of a supporter you are of no-abortion, whatever you are: you’re a woman, and there’s no way in the world you’re going to vote for somebody that’s going to try to tell you what to do with your body. Hillary’s gonna win. Listen, I’m reaching out to her right now. She’s gonna win.”

On the Tea Party:

“The Tea Party guys? The guys with the n***er jokes in 2014? They’re all trying to learn how to do the Dougie. Please. While their daughters are all twerking. Trust me: Miley tells me all the time. Not saying that about Billy Ray, but I’m saying Miley tells me all the time: all those little girls, all those girls with their Republican daddies, they’re twerkin’ somewhere listening to Jay Z and Beyoncé and doin’ the ‘Happy’ dance. And that’s black.”

On being misunderstood:

“I’m not a renaissance man. What I am is a maverick, and I don’t want to be put in a box at all.”

On when he moved out of his parents house:

“Uh, when I finally got tired of sneaking girls in. And it was more than one girl, you know, coming to hang out with me. So it was kind of like—you know, I didn’t want to do that to my mom.”

On his infamous buffalo hat (which he previously explained was a salute to the Buffalo Soldiers):

“Anything different, people are going to look at and go, ‘Ha ha ha ha, what is that??’ Then, after a while, they do a little bit of research; they realize it’s Vivienne Westwood, an ode to her boyfriend at the time; they had a store together called World’s End. The guy who went on to sign the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren.”


Check out the full interview in the April issue of GQ.