Now that Pharell Williams has set a new trend with his huge mountie hat at the 2014 Grammys, the award-winning producer is everywhere! He recently sat down with the Los Angeles Times to discuss his good fortunes including his Oscar-nominated song, "Happy."
"...You Never know what a song is going to do," said Williams about the hit song to the newspaper. "You only know what it feels like when you're doing it and what it feels like when it's done."
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It looks like Williams is even amused by fans' homemade lip sync versions of the song, "Happy."
"They've been amazing," admitted Williams during the interview.. "What better way to spread that sentiment than for people to take the song on and make it their own."
As far as his Grammys performance with Daft Punk, Nile Rogers and Stevie Wonder, Williams dished on just what was their creative vision.
"I think what the robots set out to do with that performance was basically to give people that live feeling again," explained the "Neptunes" producer. "The feeling of people coming back to the studio after a good time with their friends in some sort of musical environment and being...inspired."
The talented producer didn't talk about his hat, but viewers can see his trendy headgear in a new YouTube video posted below.
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