You've definitely heard some G I R L cuts other than "Happy" swirling around in recent months. "Marilyn Monroe" is one and "Come Get It Bae" — the song with the funky riff that serves as the album's third single — is another. The latter finally got its video with Miley Cyrus making an appearance.

G I R L was conceptualized as an ode to women and the "Come Get It Bae" video keeps right along with that theme. The majority of the video shows Pharrell filming a bunch of women from different ethnicities and ages dancing. Then Cyrus comes in with her trademark eccentricities.

Pharrell's hot streak has cooled off in recent months, but that's fine. The producer was ablaze for the past year, and he does have that material with Pusha T that's still unreleased.

Previously: Pharrell’s “Happy” Is So Far The Most Played Song On Radio For 2014