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During his set at iTunes Festival, the rapper/singer is joined onstage by his N.E.R.D bandmate Haley who later hints that a new N.E.R.D project will be coming.
The group also performs their own tracks like 'Sunday Morning' and 'Maps' during their visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
In a new vlog, the rapper rolls a blunt alongside pal Kurupt while a 30-second preview of the new collaboration with Skateboard P plays in the background.
Blake Shelton jokingly says he's sick of Gwen and Pharrell's love declaration, while Adam Levine disses Blake's singing skills.
The Vivienne Westwood hat which got super popular after the 'Happy' hitmaker wore it at the Grammy Awards earlier this year will head to the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
The 'Happy' hitmaker also includes some of his own tracks, 'Can I Have It Like That?', 'How Does It Feel?' and 'Hunter'.
Tyler, the Creator, Mac Miller and Earl Sweatshirt will also perform at the third annual event that's taking place at L.A. Coliseum on November 8.
The 'Happy' hitmaker will perform outside of CenturyLink Field in Seattle on September 4 while the 'Problems' singer will sing the national anthem.
The 'If I Ain't Got You' hitmaker shares her excitement after joining Pharrell's team as a mentor, tweeting, 'His team killed it ;-).'
The clip gives glimpses at some female models dancing to Skateboard P's song before Cyrus joins him to deliver her lines.
The three acts will be joined by the likes of Beck, 5 Seconds of Summer, Calvin Harris and Blondie at the month-long fest that will return to the U.K. in September.
The video, which finds the parodist spoofing Pharrell's 'Happy' visuals, also stars Jack Black, Margaret Cho, Aisha Tyler, Kristen Schaal and Eric Stonestreet.
The 'Voice' coach announces that the track, which will feature guest vocals from Minaj and production from Pharrell, will premiere on Thursday morning, July 8.
The singer leads the pack with three nods including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration for her collaboration with Jay-Z 'Drunk in Love' and the FANdemonium award.
The Canadian rapper wins Best Hip Hop Artist while Skateboard P takes home the Video of the Year award for his 'Happy'.