Pharrell's feel good record, "Happy," is the year's most played and best selling in both the U.S. and UK. According to mid-year chart data released last week, the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack featured track has dominated radio and the charts topping the Billboard Hot 100 (US) and UK Singles Chart for weeks at a time. The song has also performed extremely well at radio and in streaming.
We're half way through 2014 already. That said, Billboard has revealed the year's best selling (thus far) songs and Pharrell Williams is leading the pack. According to the Billboard Top 10 Selling R&B/Hip Hop Digital Songs chart, year-to-date, Williams' infectious single, "Happy," is the top selling song.
Pharrell's newfound success has reportedly plunged the singer/rapper/producer into a new category... diamond.
In this video, he coverâs Pharrellâs mega-hit âHappy,â and makes the instrument purr!
With Marlon Wayans as host the MTV Africa Awards went well in Durban, South Africa over the weekend. Featuring performances from Miguel, French Montana and Trey Songz, the show was star-studded with guests including acclaimed actress Lupita Nyong'o.
Nine weeks and counting. That is the reality for Pharrell Williams' breakthrough hit, "Happy." According to the Nielsen BDS, "Happy" has earned its ninth week atop the Adult R&B National Airplay chart dated May 31, 2014.
Pharrell Williams is going on tour! The "Happy" and "Come Get It Bae" singer will be jetting off to Europe for a trek in support of "G I R L," his second studio album. To kick off September 9, the tour will include stops in Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France and The UK before wrapping up October 9.
Fresh off wins and a performance at the iHeartRadio Awards, Pharrell turned up for a performance on "The Voice" Monday. In addition to joining Gwen Stefani for a performance of "Holla Back Girl," Pharrell delivered his new single "Come Get It Bae."
Pharrell Williams has earned another week atop the Urban AC (Adult Contemporary) chart. According to the chart dated May 10, Pharrell's hit single, "Happy," has officially charted at number one for a total of six weeks.
Clap along. Pharrell's "Happy" just earned its tenth week atop the coveted Billboard Hot 100 chart. The infectious tune holds its grip atop the chart, making it the number one charting single in the country, thanks to continued play and sales.