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NEWS: Pharrell'S (@Pharrell) Production Catalog Examined By Myspace.com?

Pharrell's Production Catalog Examined By Myspace.com

 

Pharrell’s production discography has been detailed by Myspace.com. "The Complete Pharrell Collection: 1991-2013” examines the producer’s work in different volumes. 

"Pharrell has developed a career that balances diversity with cohesion, from his early work with Surrounded By Idiots where he teamed up with Timbaland and Magoo in high school, to his more recent string of hits alongside Robin Thicke, T.I. and Daft Punk," the Myspace.com article says.

Volume 1 features Pharrell's work from 1991-1994. Volume 2 details the Virginia Beach-producer's studio sessions from 1995-1997, while Volume 3 notes his tunes in 1998 and 1999.

"1997 showed greater signs of The Neptunes’ allure,” Myspace.com says of Pharrell’s work with Chad Hugo as one-half of The Neptunes. "The production team’s appeal shined particularly on Ma$e’s 'Lookin’ At Me,' another Bad Boy Entertainment placement following work with Total."

Volume 4 discusses his work with on Jay Z’s “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)” and Ludacris’ “Southern Hospitality,” among other selections.

Pharrell’s work as one-half of The Neptunes also dominates Volume 5, which includes work from 2003-2005 and selections from Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Jay Z, among others.

Collaborations with Gwen Stefani and Madonna highlight 2006-2008, which is detailed in Volume 6. Volume 7 includes 2009-2011 material, which is highlighted by his work scoring the Despicable Me soundtrack. 

Volume 8 brings Pharrell’s work in 2012 and 2013 in focus, including his hits with Daft Punk (“Get Lucky”) and Robin Thicke (“Blurred Lines”).

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