Mayer Hawthorne pulls an unreleased oldie-but-goodie out of the vault called “Handyman,” a tune that was left on the cutting room floor from the sessions of his 2011, album How Do You Do.
After a long wait, Mayer Hawthorne releases the music video for his Kendrick Lamar-assisted single “Crime.” Directed by actress Rashida Jones, the clip takes a deep dive into the struggle of getting to an exclusive party.
Mayer Hawthorne is pursued by a love crazed robot in the animated visual for his single “Robot Love.”
Directed by Henry Demaio, the video includes short clips of various performances of his Pharrell-produced song, âReach Out Richard,â from Mayerâs fall tour.
Mayer Hawthorne links up with Kendrick Lamar for the breezy party tune âCrime,â where the fire in their shindig is quickly extinguished by the authorities.
Throughout his evolving career Mayer Hawthorne has the ability to allow audiences to reminiscent of old times while enjoying the present.
I wanted to make a record I would play at one of my house parties like Princeâs âDirty Mindsâ or Michael Jacksonâs âOff The Wallâ. I wanted to make an album with all killers, no fillers.
From his Where Does This Door Go album, dropping next week on July 16, Mayer Hawthorne links up with Kendrick Lamar for the breezy party tune âCrimeâ
Mayer Hawthorne reveals the music video for his latest single “Her Favorite Song,” a duet with songstress Jessie Ware, which is lifted from his forthcoming album, Where Does This Door Go, due in stores July 16.
Mayer Hawthorne is lucky, if not special, that his Father’s Day gift “Reach Out Richard” is produced by Pharrell Williams.