Pharrell Williams' 6 Best Collaborations Of 2013

11 October 2013, 09:09

Daft Punk Lose Yourself To Dance Video

After spending several years behind the microphone, Pharrell's stepped back into the limelight this year with some memorable guest appearances.

If you've wondering why music's got even better this year, then you've got one man to thank: Pharrell Williams! The Neptunes star has appeared on just about every hit of 2013 so far, including two Daft Punk tracks!

We thought we'd round-up all of his guest spots so far (don't forget, there's still three months of the year to go), so sit back, put your headphones on and enjoy as Lil' Skateboard P works his magic with the likes of Daft Punk, Robin Thicke and Azealia Banks.

1) Robin Thicke Feat. T.I. And Pharrell Williams - 'Blurred Lines' (March)

One of this year's unstoppable anthems, 'Blurred Lines' was written and produced by Pharrell, who has previously signed Robin Thicke to his record label with The Neptunes called Star Trek.

2) Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams And Nile Rodgers - 'Get Lucky' (April)

Songs don't get much bigger than 'Get Lucky' this year. A long-time fan of the French house duo, Pharrell sings vocals on the track while Chic's Nile Rodgers blasts 'Get Lucky's' infectious riff.

3) 2 Chainz Feat. Pharrell Williams - 'Feds Watching' (June)

Another of Pharrell's productions that he couldn't resist getting on the vocals for, 'Feds Watching' is simply massive.

4) Nelly Feat. Pharrell Williams And Nicki Minaj - 'Get Like Me' (July)

Pharrell conjured up a 'Drop It Like It's Hot' beat for this hook-up with Nelly on 'Get Like Me', which handily tees up a ridiculous verse from Nicki Minaj.

5) Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams And Nile Rodgers - 'Lose Yourself To Dance' (August)

Pharrell's second collaboration of the year with Daft Punk, 'Lose Yourself To Dance' picks up right where 'Get Lucky' left off. On the dancefloor!

6) Azealia Banks Feat. Pharrell Williams - 'ATM Jam' (August)

Pharrell's prolific year continued on Azealia Banks' 'ATM Jam', which was apparently originally intended for Beyonce. 



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