"Happy" by Pharrell is one of the biggest songs ever, but many out there actually find it to be annoying — the hitmaker himself included.

Pharrell Williams’ nonprofit has teamed up with the tech company Cisco to bridge the digital divide amongst youth.

Pharrell announced a sampling of special guests coming to perform at the Something In The Water festival in Washington, D.C.

Today (April 5) marks the 49th birthday of rapper, record producer, singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur and skin care expert Pharrell Williams. Check out a gallery of some of our favorite photos of Skateboard P inside.

One of the culture’s greatest minds is working on evening the playing field for marginalized communities. Pharrell Williams is launching a creative agency that will create solutions for these individuals. As per Hype Beast the Virginia native is getting into the advertising industry but with a philanthropic lens. This week he announced the inception of Mighty […] The post Pharrell Williams Launches Agency To Address Societal Challenges For Marginalized Communities appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Pharrell surprised five NAACP youth leaders by paying off their student debt at his ‘Something In The Water’ festival over the weekend. 

Pharrell is bringing back the "Something In The Water" festival this coming June, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. But instead of holding the three-day event in its usual locale of Virginia Beach, he decided to take his show on the road and head up north this time around — to Washington D.C.

31 Black and Latinx innovators will receive grants to support their ventures at Williams’ Mighty Dream Forum on November 1. The post Pharrell Williams’ Nonprofit To Award $2.5M In Grants To Black And Latinx Entrepreneurs appeared first on NewsOne.

Pharrell is getting rid of all his grails with a new digital auction experience called JOOPITER. We hit up the NYC pop-up to learn more.

Pharrell Williams' festival will return to his hometown of Virginia Beach following a three year hiatus away from its original stomping grounds.