Teasing his collaboration with Jigga and the Odd Future member, the N.E.R.D lead vocalist tweets a picture of them in a studio.
Music lovers can look forward to a new collaborative project featuring Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams and Frank Ocean. The three rappers recently hit a recording studio together and the moment was captured in a picture shared by the one-half of The Neptunes duo.
"Yessur, in the studio with @S_C_ and @frank_ocean," Pharrell wrote in a caption of the photo which he posted on his Twitter account. Without revealing details of their project, he further teased, "Can't wait for y'all to hear what I'm working on with big bro Jay-Z and lil bro Frank Ocean."
Jigga has previously worked with Pharrell and Frank in "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)" and "No Church in the Wild" respectively. Meanwhile, Pharrell and Frank once teamed up for "Sweet Life" which is featured in the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All star's solo debut album "Channel Orange".
The Roc Nation founder himself has just wrapped up his eight-night gig at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday, October 6. He will release "Live in Brooklyn [EP]", featuring eight songs and videos from his performances at the gig, on October 9.