Words can’t describe the effect that American singer/rapper/record producer, Pharrell Williams, has had on the contemporary music scene. From bridging the gap between mainstream entertainment and underground acts to elevating International Happiness Day, the Virginia native has consistently wowed listeners on all fronts.
To honor Pharrell’s remarkable contributions to music, we’re going to revisit some of the latest and greatest remixes of the American’s work. Tune in below and let us know what you think.
UK music duo, Disclosure, unleashed an epic rework of Pharrell’s iconic track, Frontin’, roughly two years ago.
Ready for a stadium funk surprise? Finnish producer, Lenno, has you covered in his stellar remix of Happy.
We still haven’t forgotten about Indo Silver Club’s ADD SUV revamp. Nearly five years after its release, we still have it on repeat.
Looking for an elegant disco-pop refashion of Pharrell’s Daft Punk collaboration, Gust of Wind? Look no further. Tune into Gust of Wind (Prizm Shift) below and download it here.
Let’s not forget NEUS’s rendition of Happy. We named it as our Best Remix of 2014.
Enigmatic artist, Ricco Harver, turned it up a notch with his high-powered, robust remix of Pharrell’s Major Lazer team-up, Aerosol Can. Check it out here:
And Jean Tonique’s I Just Wanna Love U remix to round it off: