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Pharrell’s Famous Hat Will Be On Display At The Newseum

Pharrell Williams’ infamous 2014 Grammy performance hat is making its way to Washington D.C.

Arby’s, who purchased the Vivienne Westwood for $44,100 on eBay, announced yesterday that the hat will officially be on display at The Newseum from Aug...

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Lauryn Hill, Snoop Dogg, Clipse And More Are On Pharrell’s Playlist For ‘NBA 2K15′

Pharrell is yet to take a loss in 2014 and his incredible run continues with the announcement of his playlist for 2K Sports' upcoming video game, NBA 2K15

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Pharrell Williams Teams Up With Peace Love World For Capsule Collection

Still riding the success of his international hit "Happy," Pharrell Williams collaborates with Florida-based clothing brand Peace Love World for a special capsule collection themed after the superstar's hit song...

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Pharrell and Miley Cyrus enjoy themselves in "Come Get It Bae" video.
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Pharrell And Miley Cyrus Enjoy The Dance In “Come Get It Bae” Video

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...

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Skateboarding and hip hop have become the perfect combination. While most rappers are concerned about the bling around their necks and four coats on their backs, the artist associated with that skate life are more concerned about the simpler things in life, the next Supreme hat, Trasher Shirt, Vans sneakers or the next deck they want to buy so they can ride out. The skating lifestyle has always paralleled with hip hop and became mainstream thanks to rappers who represented the skating culture like Pharrell Williams and Lupe Fiasco. From there we started to Lil Wayne shift over to the skating life, and now we have newer acts like Odd Future whip do nothing but skate and the rep the lifestyle through their garments. Many artists can dress like a skater and represent the lifestyle, but here are 9 artists that have represented or still represent the skateboard life.
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9 Rappers Who Have Represented The Lifestyle Of Skateboarding

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Lil Wayne, Drake, Pharrell And More Will Perform At The 2014 BET Awards

After hitting the stage with Nicki Minaj at this year’s Summer Jam, Lil Wayne and Drake plan to rip it up at the 2014 BET Awards. The network recently announced its list of expected performers, which include the two as well as Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Trey Songz and Pharrell Williams...

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These days it’s hard to think of a product a rapper isn’t selling. From clothing brands to headphones, rappers look for a way to get money by any means, even branching out to the world of selling and marketing liquor brands, but one of the most shocking products to be sold by hip hop artists and R&B crooners would have to be fragrances. Although smelling good is probably the last thing to come to mind when thinking of the genre, XXL has highlighted the top fragrances created by hip hop and R&B artists.
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The Top Fragrances From Your Favorite Artists

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Pharrell Celebrates The Launch Of His Uniqlo Collection In NYC

Last night at the Uniqlo flagship store in NYC, the Japanese retailer celebrated the release of their most recent collab with the musical genius and TIME influencer Pharrell Williams...

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From SpongeBob to The Simpsons, fashion designers in streetwear are gaining style inspiration from the iconic cartoon characters of their childhood.   Popular streetwear labels like Supreme and Stussy have been collaborating with their signature brand of cartoon to create unique capsule collections. Whether paying tribute to superheroes or  R-rated MTV characters, these streetwear collabs represent a youthful and mellow vide.   We'll keep seeing more collaborations between street brands and cartoons in the future, but in the meantime we rounded up 10 of favorite streetwear/cartoon collections to ever exist.
From SpongeBob to The Simpsons, fashion designers in streetwear are gaining style inspiration from the iconic cartoon characters of their childhood. Popular streetwear labels like Supreme and Stussy have been collaborating with their signature brand of cartoon to create unique capsule collections. Whether paying tribute to superheroes or R-rated MTV characters, these streetwear collabs represent a youthful and mellow vide. We'll keep seeing more collaborations between street brands and cartoons in the future, but in the meantime we rounded up 10 of favorite streetwear/cartoon collections to ever exist.
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10 Best Streetwear Cartoon Collaborations

Over the last couple of years we've seen a number of dope collaborations between clothing brands and hip-hop artists. Most recently, "Happy" singer Pharrell Williams collaborated with Japanese retailer Uniqlo for a  special collection, and while the crossover of fashion and hip-hop is hardly a new phenomenon, the partnerships between clothing brands and artists' continue to grow with time.      For brands like Supreme and Alife some of their most symbolic garments have been created thanks to their collaborations with Three Six Mafia, Cam'ron, Prodigy and several other big name artists. To cast some light on the evolution between rappers and clothing brand collaborations, we took a look back at 10 of the most significant collabs to ever hit the market.
Over the last couple of years we've seen a number of dope collaborations between clothing brands and hip-hop artists. Most recently, "Happy" singer Pharrell Williams collaborated with Japanese retailer Uniqlo for a special collection, and while the crossover of fashion and hip-hop is hardly a new phenomenon, the partnerships between clothing brands and artists' continue to grow with time. For brands like Supreme and Alife some of their most symbolic garments have been created thanks to their collaborations with Three Six Mafia, Cam'ron, Prodigy and several other big name artists. To cast some light on the evolution between rappers and clothing brand collaborations, we took a look back at 10 of the most significant collabs to ever hit the market.
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10 Of Our Favorite Rapper And Clothing Line Collabs Of All-Time

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