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Pharrell Williams has recently become the creative director of the men’s division of Louis Vuitton and shortly before the catwalk debut of his first men’s collection for the French maison (debut in Paris expected for today, Tuesday June 20), We confirm this important partnership by publishing on His YouTube channel is the video of the unreleased song Joy (inaudible).
For the song, the American singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and fashion designer collaborated with the Voice of Fire gospel choir, which he formed with his uncle Bishop Ezekiel Williams, during the 2020 Netflix documentary of the same name.
It’s very different from the solo musical works that Pharrell Williams has accustomed us to, which are a far cry from the sounds that characterize this artist’s discography.
joy (inexplicable) This is Williams’ second collaboration of the year 4eva with ketramine. It deviates from the sound of NERD because it’s light years away from successful collaborations (just to name a few: be lucky with daft punk, blurred lines by Robin Thicke, as well as his own Happy 2013, chosen as the soundtrack for the animated film despicable Me 2,
The new song also has nothing to do with Tyler, the producer and rap of 21 Savage, with whom Pharrell Williams released the song in 2022 cash in cash out, There are also several differences with the star’s other collaborations, having also worked with Calvin Harris, Justin Timberlake and Halsey in the past year. Stay with meas well as for travis scott down in atlanta.
Below this article you can watch the video and listen to the song Joy (inaudible).
A song that pays tribute to sacred choral music
joy (inexplicable) This is brand new in the making of Pharrell Williams. This complete innovation makes the inauguration of her new path on the catwalk as a high-profile name in the world of fashion even more spectacular.
The single is characterized by a sound and an atmosphere closely associated with choral sacred music, especially widespread among African-American communities.
what does it tell joy (inexplicable) It’s exactly what it deserves: joy, communicated in a very spiritual way.
Accompanied by the Voices of Fire choir, Williams creates the perfect soundtrack for his new fashion adventure at Louis Vuitton, an adventure that officially begins today, Tuesday June 20, on the occasion of Men’s Fashion The LV fashion show is expected to take place in Paris. Week.
Fashion Show – As Told by the Artist Himself in the US Edition the trend – will be accompanied by new songs signed and produced by Williams, most of which Joy (inaudible).
Rihanna (pregnant) stars in first Louis Vuitton by Pharrell campaign
Pharrell Williams’ inspiration for LV is Rihanna
For his first Louis Vuitton campaign, Pharrell Williams chose his collaborator Rihanna, who is expecting her second child, as his muse.
The pop star (who, like Williams, is also a designer) was presented with a photo on Instagram shared by the maison’s creative director. Pharrell Williams has published a shot that portrays him in front of a giant image of the singer, posted in a city street, while wearing a jacket that leaves his stomach bare, alongside Some very colorful bags from the brand (you can see Williams’ Instagram post at these hours at the bottom of this article).
The rapper’s picture went viral within seconds of publication, garnering thousands and thousands of likes, shares and various comments. Picking Rihanna could be a clear indication of how LV wants to create fashion while staying in close touch with the world of art and street culture.
Dulcis in Fundo, the jacket Rihanna is wearing in the photo, is part of a men’s collection of which Williams is the creative director. Even if this detail certainly doesn’t cause a stir, considering the genderless path fashion has taken till now.
You can watch the video and listen to the song below Joy (inexplicable), This was followed by an Instagram post of Pharrell Williams posing in front of Rihanna’s sign.
Pharrell Williams is the new creative director of Louis Vuitton for men