Frank Ocean's Mom Wants Kim Burrell's Voice Removed from 'Blonde'The singer, who was scheduled to perform with Pharrell Williams and Janelle Monáe on 'Ellen' this week, was dropped after the video surfaced.
Pharrell Williams Drops New Song 'Crave'The song is his third contribution to the soundtrack for the upcoming film 'Hidden Figures,' which Williams is putting together.
Tyler, the Creator Says Pharrell's 'In My Mind' Changed His LifeIn a new essay Tyler details how Pharrell inspired him as a young man.
Pharrell Williams Rocks 'B is for Book' on Sesame StreetThat time when Pharrell Williams took a trip down Sesame Street.
More Than Sing, Pharrell and Others Want to Talk About RaceWhen Pharrell Williams signed up to perform at an all-star concert highlighting race relations in America, the multi-layered musician didn't want to "have a kumbaya type-of-moment" onstage with his fellow performers, as he put it.
WATCH: Missy Elliott Drops New Single, VideoAfter weeks of teasers, Missy Elliott dropped a new single Thursday featuring Pharrell Williams.
Pharrell Williams to Perform at Church Where 9 Were KilledPharrell Williams is scheduled to perform with a gospel choir Sunday at the South Carolina church where nine black parishioners were shot and killed.
Watch Pharrell Williams' Unhappy Testimony in 'Blurred Lines' SuitMarvin Gaye estate's attorney Richard Busch badgers Pharrell over whether the musician can indeed read music.
Pharrell Williams has a Strange Item on His Tour RiderWilliams has asked that two framed photos of the astrophysicist Carl Sagan be placed in his dressing room.
Pharrell's Hat Will Never Die, Thanks to Marlon Wayans Doing 'Happy' on 'Lip Sync Battle': WatchMarlon Wayons donned Williams' iconic hat for a full-tilt rendition of the mega-hit "Happy."
Marvin Gaye Family Wins 'Blurred Lines' Lawsuit, Awarded $7 MillionThe jury ruled against Robin Thicke and Pharrell, who will have to pay over $1 million each.
Pharrell, Robin Thicke Guilty of Copyright Infringement for 'Blurred Lines'A jury has found Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke guilty of copyright infringement, ordering them to pay $7.3 million to Marvin Gaye's estate.