Freak don't fail us now!
Snoop Dogg is back and better than ever (well, better than he's been in a long time) with his new song Peaches N Cream!
[ Video: Snoop Dogg Makes Fun Of Bill Cosby On Jimmy Kimmel Live! ]
This track is the first single off his new album BUSH, which will be available on May 12th, but for now, we get a little taste of the Pharrell-produced tracks.
Charlie Wilson helps back Snoop up with his smoky vocals, and the lyric video, produced by Wolf & Crow, takes you through lots of colorful puffs of smoke and gardens.
Ch-ch-check it out (below) and tell us what you think!
Blurred Lines may have been the most misogynistic song of 2013, but it was also undoubtedly a moneymaker.
In fact, Robin Thicke's
date rape anthem No. 1 song earned him a staggering $5,658,214, while featured artist Pharrell walked away with a measly $5,153,457.
And while the song saw a lot of profit for Paula Patton's ex, that may not be the case for long!
Well… that happened!
At the 2015 BRIT Awards the best in British and International music was honored, but the night was pretty much overshadowed by Madonna's already-famous trip down the stairs!
And while we feel absolutely terrible for the Living for Love singer, the night was all about music, so let's take a look at who won big.
Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran were the clear winners of the show, each walking away with two of the top awards.
Across the pond, Taylor Swift and Pharrell were deemed the best International Solo Artists, but who else does the UK admire?
The complete list includes:
This is going to make every elementary school kid very happy!
Pharrell just announced that on top of conquering both the music and movie industries with his hit song Happy, he's about to try his hand at monopolizing the literature world, too.
[ Video: Pharrell Performs At The Stevie Wonder Grammys Special! ]
The Voice judge just signed a four-book deal with Putnam Books to write a children's series adaptation of his Despicable Me 2 anthem, with the first publication coming out
This really was a star-studded night!
Pharrell and Ryan Tedder were just two of the MANY award-winning performers who graced CBS on Monday night to celebrate Stevie Wonder.
The duo sang Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing at Stevie's Grammys Special and it's safe to say they nailed it!
[ Video: Lady Gaga At The Stevie Wonder Grammys Special ]
But the singers weren't the only famous faces there that night; Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, and Lady Gaga were also present to celebrate Stevie!
Ch-ch-check out Pharrell and Ryan's tribute (above)!!!