Pharrell Williams has been the recipient of criticism for not having Black women on the cover of his new album “G I R L,” but he strongly feels why this vitriol is misguided. As Pharrell explains in this exclusive interview on “The Russ Parr Morning Show,” one of the females featured on the cover of his album IS Black.
Despite being criticized, Pharrell talks about why he’s happy the conversation about light and dark skin in the Black community is being had. Plus, hear why his hit “Happy” is a Black record and why he calls it “the little song that could.”
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