After their first time televised performance on The Voice yesterday, Robin Thick and Pharrell (sans T.I.) perform their latest single “Blurred Lines” on The Ellen Degeneres Show.
Skateboard P and T.I.P. join Mr. Thicke on the stage of NBC’s The Voice last night for a first time performance of their collaboration “Blurred Lines.” Robin’s forthcoming album, Blurred Lines, releases later this summer.
With their highly anticipated Random Access Memories LP dropping on the 21st, Daft Punk has given iTunes the green light to stream the entire album. And with that said, here goes an early-listen of track-six that once again features Pharrell and Nile Rodgers.
P already previewed the future club-ready hit and now we get to hear it again with some NSFW booty-shaking.
Along with a first time performance of Daft Punk’s new hit “Get Lucky,” he also debuted Busta Rhymes’ upcoming Pharrell-produced joint titled, “Twerk It” at the HTC One event in Brooklyn last week which he mentioned he made with boiling water and some 808′s during a recent sit down with Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg.
N.O.R.E. takes us on the set and behind-the-scenes for his upcoming video and lead single off Student Of The Game, in stores and available online now.
After his chit-chat with Angie last night, Skateboard P joins Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg for Juan Epstein sans Cipha Sounds.
Along with talking about Jay-Z’s upcoming album, P joined Hot 97′s Angie Martinez to talk skin care tips and how he stays looking young and being a family man.
Last night at his concert at the House Of Vans in Brooklyn, Skateboard P performed for the first time ever his collaborative effort with Daft Punk titled “Get Lucky” which he previewed last week off Daft Punk’s upcoming project, Random Access Memories (due May 21). Props to Mikey Fresh.
After the Coachella 2013 teaser, the SNL preview, a ton of fake loops, and a supposed radio edit, Daft Punk finally releases the (actual) official full version of their Random Access Memories (due May 21) lead single “Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell Williams. The single is finally available to buy on iTunes.
While the “final version” is supposed to drop tomorrow (April 18th), we finally get a better taste of Skateboard P’s collaboration with the French duo. I really enjoy this track, but then again I’ve sworn by Daft Punk for years now so there may be a bit of bias. UPDATE: Check the official version right here.
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The Creators Project give us an in-depth look into the making of Daft Punk’s long-awaited upcoming album, Random Access Memories, with webisodes interview the collaborators involved in the upcoming project. In this clip, Pharrell talks about one of the album’s track’s “Get Lucky” which features himself and Nile Rodgers.