At night, when the objective world has slunk back into its cavern and left dreamers to their own, there come inspirations and capabilities impossible at any less magical and quiet hour. No one knows whether or not he is a writer unless he has tried writing at night.
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By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pharrell Williams pauses, takes a breath and considers how the past year has unfolded for the R&B producer and singer: four Grammy Awards and three mega hit singles including a song that has galvanized countless fans to express how they’re “happy.” And the key, says the 41-year-old known simply as Pharrell, in the midst of a career second act, has been tapping into audiences’ thirst for sincerity and heartfelt personal stories. “I think we’ve entered a new singer-songwriter era, regardless of the genre or music,” said Pharrell, who produced and performed on Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” the raunchy R&B hit that was last year’s top song across the U.S. Billboard music charts. They want a story they can connect to,” he said while promoting his Tuesday concert from New York’s Apollo Theater, which will be live streamed and directed by Spike Lee as part of American Express’ “Unstaged” series. Pharrell said he noticed a shift in audiences’ tastes over the past year in particular with the runaway success of “Happy,” his up-tempo song from the “Despicable Me 2” soundtrack that received little fanfare upon its release but has turned into an international viral hit.
Vacant for years, it has a frozen-in-time feeling. The new owner says it won’t need much to return it to its original glory.
Biggie Smalls’s little boy is all grown up. Christopher Wallace Jr., the son of the late rap legend Notorious B.I.G., graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in California last week.
He may be hip-hop’s first billionaire, but still he got a discount off the $50 million asking price: He paid $40 million.
50 Cent gets remixed by MLB Fan Cave.