Pharrell Williams Speaks on His Love for Older Women, Miley Cyrus & Family
Pharrell Williams continuously churns out creative projects, adding on to his highly successful musical legacy. His extensive interaction with artists and designers at the highest level across all categories, will be presented in his upcoming book, Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been. And on top of designing, producing, and creative consulting, he'll be releasing a brand of liquer called Qream, which he says he "made it for Queens," according to BULLETT magazine's latest feature on the eclectic artist.
The narrative piece written by writer Jada Yuan, finds William in a (very) comfortable state, analyzing the interviewer's ethnicity, and breaking down his long-winding experiences with older women, which he claims to have "taught [him] how to talk to girls, how to speak to them, like a specific language."
Regarding Miley Cyrus, Williams states, "I'm Morpheus, and she's Neo...I can’t tell her what to do, I can only let her find it within herself.” And in terms of having sexual intercourse at an earlier state of the relationship versus a later time, Williams provides a witty explanation: "It’s like buying a big, awful, distasteful home. You might have 30,000 square feet, but it’s shit. You have terrible doorknobs. The windows are 20 years old. It’s not how much, it’s how great. Quality over quantity. Life is fleeting. You can always have sex again.”