Pharrell Williams is set to release his new album 'G I R L' on Monday, March 3 after the release date was brought forward.
Pharrell Williams is set to release his new album 'G I R L' next month.
The 'Happy' singer, who is preparing for his performance at the BRITs tonight (19.02.14), will release his new record on Monday, March 3 through Columbia Records.
He said: ''When Columbia Records presented me with the opportunity to make an album, three things came to mind. ''One was the sense of overwhelming honor that I felt when I realised that they were interested in partnering with me on the album that I had always dreamt of making.
''Two, it would have to feel festive and urgent. And three, I instantly knew it would be called G I R L'', adding: ''I hope you like it.''
'G I R L' is Pharrell's first record in eight years and is set to be released earlier than planned after the success of his single 'Happy', and insiders have described it as ''incredible''.
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