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Tori Kelly, A$AP Rocky and Twenty One Pilot have also been lined up to perform at the upcoming event slated to air live from the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles this weekend.
Missy follows in the footsteps of Lionel Richie and Alicia Keys who have previously served as Pharrell's advisers.
Florence and the Machine and Disclosure will also perform at London's Roundhouse during the 10-day event previously known as iTunes Music Festival.
Directed by Hype Williams, the clip that's mostly shot in black and white sees Puffy and Skateboard P performing at an underground club.
Drizzy played 'Charged Up' and 'Back to Back', the diss tracks aimed at Meek, while a number of hilarious Meek memes were projected onto the big screen behind him.
A California judge has reduced the amount Robin and Pharrell have to pay to Marvin Gaye's family, but T.I. is now also held liable to pay damages.
Pharrell is seen singing and dancing in various locations across the world against the backdrop of different cultures.
The official version of the song arrived just a day after it was debuted during the Bad Boy reunion at the 2015 BET Awards on Sunday, June 28.
Skateboard P says that motherhood is the main reason why it takes Adele so long to finish the follow-up to her record-breaking 2012 album '21'.
The Slim Shady will have an interview with Zane Lowe for Beat 1 Radio while Sir Elton John will host a so-called 'Rocket Hour' program.
A portion of Skateboard P's new track appears in the ad to promote Beats 1, a'24/7 worldwide radio' only available on Apple Music.
Kim says Pharrell Williams and his wife Helen 'saved' her life after they jumped to help when her dress was caught on fire at the CFDA Fashion Awards.
It's been confirmed that the two stars will be involved in Apple's revamped music service, but report saying Drizzy will be paid $19 million for his deal has been denied.
The Long Beach rapper takes people in the '40s on a journey into the future in the official visuals for the latest single off his 'Bush' album.
The two musicians' legal team claims that there were errors in jury instructions, improper testimony from a musicologist and insufficient evidence in the original trial.