Since Jimmy Fallon became a late-night talk show host, he's managed to get the biggest names in entertainment (as well as the First Lady) to do the most random things. On Wednesday night (April 1), he continued his hilarious run with a new skit featuring Pharrell. The duo pair up as '80's R&B duo, Afro & Deziak.
The lauded entertainer will officially be given the CFDA award on June 1 at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in New York City, but in the meantime, check out 10 Looks That Prove Pharrell Williams Is a Fashion Icon here.
After a lengthy legal battle, the Marvin Gaye family have come out victorious in their copyright-infringement case against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams. On Tuesday (March 10), a California federal jury found Thicke and Williams guilty of copying Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up” for their 2013 hit “Blurred Lines.”
The Boombox is here to help. We play guidance counselor for some of your favorite MCs to assist them with the perfect career choice if they decide to hang up the mic. From Nicki Minaj to Drake to Rick Ross, check out 10 Alternative Career Choices Your Favorite Rappers Could Make.
Music’s biggest night or music’s biggest snooze fest? The 2015 Grammy Awards were a night to remember, but not necessarily for the right reasons. For hip-hop heads (or really, anyone born after the year 1980) the annual awards ceremony was fraught with its fair share of side eye-inducing lows.
After winning the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for ‘Glory’, from the MLK movie ‘Selma,’ Common and John Legend will perform the tune at the 2015 Grammy Awards. Also hitting the stage is Usher and Pharrell Williams.